In the course of new energy reforms, fossil raw materials must be replaced by renewable resources as much as possible. Two important building blocks here are electrification and decentralisation.
The electrical energy generated decentrally by photovoltaics and wind power must be stored so that the power does not run out when the feed-in is low, but also because the power grid in many areas cannot absorb the feed-in peaks. Two possibilities are ESS battery storage systems and electrolyzers to produce green hydrogen.
It makes sense to build electrolyzers, hydrogen fueling stations, etc. as plug-and-play modules, tested in the workshop and ready to be installed. With hydrogen, however, aspects such as diffusion and hydrogen embrittlement of the materials, as well as the explosion safety of the systems, must be taken into account.
HYDRO SHELTERs were developed specifically for these applications. INTERTEC combines decades of experience in the energy industry with the latest materials and computer-aided manufacturing methods.
Energy storage systems and off-grid power supplies use batteries. The life cycles of these batteries are temperature dependent, requiring precise temperature control inside the protection solution.
e-HousesElectric processes and hydrogen are to replace plant components in existing industrial facilities that were previously powered by coal, oil or natural gas.
Modular pilot plantsMany new processes and technologies are available at laboratory scale, but need to be scaled up to industrial scale via pilot plants.