In Response to “Synthetic natural gas from excess electricity”

Posted on: February 6th, 2014 by rgadmin

Written by Michael Vrtis President of Realgy Energy Services in response to the Science Daily article Synthetic natural gas from excess electricity

The old adage; where there’s a will, there’s a way!

One of the complaints about solar, wind and most renewable energies is that they cannot be efficiently stored.

So, with that problem in mind, the scientists get to work.


Zeolites bind the water produced during methanation of hydrogen, thereby increasing the methane yield from the new process. Image courtesy of Empa

Of course, what is capable in a laboratory isn’t always immediately transferable to the “real world”. But give it time.

Realgy invest in technologies that produce energy today that is cost effective and with the lowest emissions possible. The future holds much promise that we will be able to continue to do that in many ways.


Check out The Science Daily article: Synthetic natural gas from excess electricity


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