The HELINOR Energy Technology

 Next Generation power production at point of use

Decarbonizing the maritime industry with HELINOR Energy

At HELINOR Energy, we are building a compact, scalable net-zero energy module using hydrogen or ammonia as a renewable fuel.

​Our system convert hydrogen or ammonia to power at point of use. With more than three decades of continuous hydrogen fuel cell technology development and experience in real-world operations, we offer a performance and cell power density to help accelerate the adoption of fuel cell power systems for the maritime industry .

Value Chain

Supply chain involve various stakeholders - including production, storage, distribution and refueling stations, enabling the shipping industry to completely decarbonize by 2050.

The Benefits of Hydrogen and Ammonia: An Emission-Free system

One of the primary benefits of hydrogen is its clean and renewable energy potential. Hydrogen can be produced from various renewable sources such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric energy, making it a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. It can be used in fuel cells to produce electricity, emitting only water vapor as a by-product. This makes hydrogen an excellent option for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change.
Ammonia is widely used as a fertilizer, providing essential nutrients to plants for healthier growth. It is a vital component in the production of agricultural fertilizers, helping to increase crop yields and promote food security. Additionally, ammonia can also be used as a refrigerant, making it an essential element in the food and beverage industry.
Another advantage of hydrogen and ammonia is their storage and transportation capabilities. Both gases can be liquefied at low temperatures, making it easier and safer to transport and store in large quantities. This makes them ideal options for remote areas where there is no access to electricity or natural gas pipelines.
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