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Power-to-X comprises innovative processes and technologies that make it possible to convert electrical energy into synthetic energy sources and chemical base materials.

SynFuels, i.e. synthetic fuels, are particularly important for AlphaSYNT. These areproduced from renewable electricity and non-fossilCO2 sources, which makes them climate-neutral energy sources. E-fuels, which can be either gaseous or liquid, offer the possibility of replacing a variety of fuels. They are also used as high-quality,CO2-neutral raw materials in the chemical industry, which gives them a key role in sustainable industrial transformation. These technologies not only help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but also promote energy independence through the use of local renewable resources.

Power-to-X production paths

Power-to-X production paths

The development and integration of e-fuels can therefore help to revolutionize traditional energy and production processes and accelerate the transition to a greener economy. In a broader context, the implementation of these technologies can improve the stability of the energy supply system by balancing seasonal fluctuations and enabling the storage of surplus electricity. They therefore offer a forward-looking solution to the challenges of climate change and the energy crisis.

The switch to sustainable energy sources using Power-to-X technologies offers innovative solutions for integrating renewable energies into a wide range of industrial sectors. This concept enables electricity to be converted into a variety of synthetic fuels and chemicals that can make a significant contribution to reducingCO2 emissions.

The specific application of various Power-to-X products in relevant sectors is highlighted here.

  • Ammonia is used in the chemical industry, which indicates its role in the production of fertilizers and other chemical compounds.
  • Hydrogen is used in sectors such as freight transportation, steel production and building heating, which underlines its versatility as an energy and heat supplier.
  • Methane is used as a fuel for transporting goods and provides process heat for industry.
  • Methanol is used in the chemical industry, typically as a solvent or intermediate in various chemical syntheses.
  • Propylene and ethylene are fundamental building blocks in the chemical industry, especially for the production of plastics.
  • Petrol, diesel and kerosene are particularly important for the transportation sector. Gasoline and diesel are used in freight transportation and public transport, while kerosene is primarily used in air traffic.

Sustainable use of available resources

Reduction of fossil fuels
CO2 emissions through substitution of fossil fuels

Increasing the security of supply

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