A renewable resource for a sustainable future.
What is Hydrogen Energy
Hydrogen Energy is a renewable resource that produces only water as a byproduct when used in a PEM (proton exchange membrane) fuel cell. Made from a vast array of domestic sources, including renewable energy sources, hydrogen’s power and efficiency offer a cost-effective clean energy source that does not produce greenhouse gases.
Terravis Energy Hydrogen Solutions
The hydrogen economy is here. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, producing only water as a byproduct. We are committed to innovating new solutions using our new and improved Hydrogen Fuel Cell design and concepts. Benefits of hydrogen energy include:
NPEV DC Fast Charger
A stand-alone fast-charger completely off-grid, the Terravis Energy NPEV can be placed where it is needed without traditional restrictions, facilitating the adoption of BEVs outside of high-density areas, thereby reducing harmful emissions. With the first prototype potentially producing 120kWh with two CCS connectors, the average BEV could charge up to 80% in less than half an hour.
NPEV + H2 EV Fast Charger + Hydrogen Refueling Station
A single solution that offers fast-charging for BEVs combined with an H2 refuelling station for HFCEVs (Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles). This is the hybrid standard for all zero emission vehicles, at 120kWh output a full charge is expected to take 20-30 minutes.
Terravis Energy Nanogrid
With an operational zero footprint, the Terravis Energy Nanogrid is a modular power generation system that can be custom-designed to suit the needs of any homeowner. Small in scale, but big on power, the Nanogrid requires only water to operate and gives the homeowner the option of selling power back to the grid.
A series of nanogrids combined to activate high-power outputs, the Terravis Energy Microgrid can power an entire community or data centre. Designed by Terravis Energy engineers to be a clean, renewable energy using our patented Hydrogen Fuel Cells, the Microgrid is the energy of the future.
How a PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) works
A fuel cell combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity, heat and water in a highly efficient process that avoids the emission of pollutants.
Terravis Energy Hydrogen Fuel Cell
A relatively new technology, Hydrogen Fuel Cells (HFCs) will drive fuel cell technology to new heights. Our engineers have initiated an aggressive two-year strategic plan designed to achieve new heights in the technical fuel cell evolution. Objectives include:
- Bipolar Plate Design (highly conductive, thin plate design with integrated sealing and coating available as composite and metallic)
- Stack Development (modular stack design, endplate design and stack validations)
- MEA Design (Catalyst-Coated Membrane design and fabrication, Gas Diffusion Layers / Microporous Layers development, Membrane Electrode Assembly fabrication.
Cold Climate Heat Pump
The evolution of heating and cooling is (almost) here. The Terravis Energy Cold Climate Heat Pump is designed to operate in extreme temperatures, offering heating and cooling while remaining clean and green.