Decarbonization

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We help companies reduce or eliminate carbon dioxide output and phase out fossil fuels on their path to achieving zero emissions. Electrification, powered in whole or in part by renewable sources, is increasingly being used to replace carbon-intensive combustion technologies.

 

An emerging solution is hydrogen, which is carbon-free and has the potential to provide clean power for industrial and manufacturing processes. Around the globe, more countries and companies are embracing the fuel, but currently, the U.S. lags behind in the infrastructure needed for widespread distribution. Fortunately, interest and investment in hydrogen is growing in the U.S. 

For a zero carbon footprint, electric and electrode boilers are a reliable source of hot water or steam that are 100% local emissions-free and highly efficient at all operating points. They are also safer because there are no flames, fumes, fuel lines or storage tanks. 

 

Retrofitting burners for renewable fuels such as hydrogen is another decarbonization strategy. Our Natcom and packaged burners have been burning renewable fuels for decades and are engineered to burn all types of hydrogen fuels, including clean green hydrogen. Know that for a burner retrofit to be viable, the boiler pressure vessel must be in good shape.

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Featured Customer Story

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Walmart is targeting zero emissions across all operations by 2040. It has ordered electric resistance boilers to provide comfort heating to buildings at its headquarters. From start-up, the boilers will achieve near 100% efficiency with zero emissions.

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This webinar will explore how facilities can decrease carbon footprint without sacrificing performance, current industry trends and overview of how electric and electrode boilers can be used as options for decarbonization.

Featured Customer Story

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The boiler pressure vessels at Mt. Royal University were in good shape, which made a burner upgrade an option. Boiler and plant upgrades reduced the university’s greenhouse gas emissions by 1,895 tons of carbon dioxide equivalents.

 

Decarbonization Solutions