Hidrogenera / Producción de hidrógeno

Renewable energy is expected to account for 30 percent of the world’s energy by 2024, thanks among other things to the boost of solar and wind power installations.

In the coming years, the advance of electrification and decarbonisation will accelerate the shift towards new clean energy sources with great potential such as biomass or hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuel methods.

At Bullbox we are already part of this change. Our converted shipping containers are a sustainable and environmentally friendly resource in high demand for energy storage projects. And specifically, for clean energy production.

Containerised solutions for hydrogenerators and hydroliners

The structure of the sea container allows us to easily adapt it to achieve complete installations such as hydrogenerators and hydroliners. Our company, together with our client H2GREEM, has successfully developed projects for the integration of equipment for the production and storage of hydrogen in sea containers.

All the necessary equipment for hydrogen production, compression, storage, cooling and dispensing (hydrogen + hydroline) can be integrated into a sea container. Recently, we have reused a 20′ container for the on-site hydrogen production phase.

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Photovoltaic installations in sea containers

Can you imagine having a photovoltaic system in a very short time and in any place?

The boom in photovoltaic installations to produce electricity is leading to the development of mobile and modular solutions using converted shipping containers.

The solar panels are placed on the structure of the container and the conductors and batteries are stored inside.

As it is portable, the container can be easily installed wherever it is needed to supply electricity to isolated areas in self-consumption mode or connected to the grid. In this way, we have a mobile, low cost and quick assembly solution with which to cover or reinforce our energy needs, helping to reduce CO2 emissions.

Biomass container

Biomass boilers use natural fuels as an energy source to generate heating and hot water for a home or building. This system requires a silo for storing the biofuel close to the boiler and therefore requires more space than a conventional installation.

Maritime containers are watertight spaces that can function as silos and house all the elements of a biomass boiler easily, without the need for other installations.

Containerised biomass boilers are an interesting option when there is a lack of space; also when there are constructive restrictions or as a temporary and mobile installation, when it is necessary to move it to another location.

Also, several containers can be joined, gaining space for the boiler and/or silo, and the exterior can be finished to blend in with the surroundings, as in this case.

Our client needed an extra room to install biomass boilers together with the storage silo. To achieve this, we transformed two 20′ containers joined together on the same floor, with the boiler room separated from the storage silo. To achieve the minimum visual impact, the exterior was lined with imitation wood slats as a ventilated façade.

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Biomass boiler

Now that you know how containers can help you to be part of the change and put renewable energy sources within your reach, contact us and we will make your project a reality.