Samad Power is delighted to announce the award of £19,429 contract in Domestic Hydrogen Appliance Development Innovation SBRI Competition (Hy4Heat WP4), by UK Department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The project involves Phase 1 Solution Design (Feasibility Study) for Development of Hydrogen Domestic Micro Combined Heat and Power TGB.
Safety of a system is the main concern while replacing a natural gas with Hydrogen burning appliance. The other important factors are to maintain high system efficiency, low NOx emission, and cost affordability better than or at least similar to natural gas burning appliance. Initial studies have shown that while TGB can work safely with Hydrogen and can maintain similar efficiency and cost levels, it is expected that the level of NOx will be lower in comparison to the natural gas burning device.