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Ballard Biomass To Fuel Cell Power Heat Ls Mar 2012 Ballard Biomass To Fuel Cell Power Heat Ls Mar 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • March 05, 2012© 2011 BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  • Clean Energy Market Opportunity The Future of Clean Energy Need Solution New Global Ballard Energy PEM Fuel Cell Solutions Advantage• Clean energy • Scaleable future is accelerating • Fuel flexibility• No single energy • Efficient, reliable technology solution and safe• Fuel cell • Rapid response to technologies will changes in power play key roles demand PAGE 2
  • Generation of Hydrogen from Biomass Benefits • Local, sustainable, and lower cost source of GHG reducing electricity & heat for communities • Local jobs for biomass collection, processing, and plant operation • Biochar: Sequester carbon; complete biomass lifecycle by returning nutrients to local soil; possible revenue stream • Flexible feedstock, up to 45% moisture • 165 kW to multi-megawatt distributed power generation • Large international potential where fuel source is available PEM fuel cell system Electricity H2 Pyrolysis Purification Gasifier Biomass High H2Feedstock Syngas Heat Biochar: soil supplements Future: fuel cell vehicles March 16, 2012 3
  • Ballard’s Solution for Distributed GenerationPower Scalable from 165 kWPackaging Self contained ISO containerFuel efficiency 48%, based on LHVOutput voltage 380-480 VACOutput heat load 1100 kW per 1000 kWnetAvailable water 60-65˚Ctemp Self-contained systems,Siting simple integration with plant Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future 4
  • Pyrolysis Gasifier Feedstock Options• Agricultural/forest residues, underutilized wood, mixed paper waste, wood chips, Palm mass, sawdust, grass, hay, straw, miscanthus, tree/lawn waste, corn stover• Energy crops – Switchgrass• Cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignins• Cannot process tires, aluminum, and some PVC’s. Excellent fuel LCA (>85% CO2 reduction) with waste streams March 16, 2012 5
  • Typical 1MW CLEARgen™ Installation Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future 6
  • Ballard Distributed Generation Deployments  1 MW fuel cell system for peak load management at electric utility in Ohio.  1/3 MW fuel cell system to use by- product hydrogen at a chlorine production plant1MW mobile unit for FirstEnergy  50 kW fuel cell system running on hydrogen from a 5 ton/d plasma gasification plant in South Korea  1.1 MW fuel cell system for peak shaving for Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. in Torrance, CA Smarter Solutions for a Clean Energy Future COMMERCIAL CONFIDENTIAL 7
  • Environmental Dividend from Fuel Cells & Biomass Fuel cells will be an important part of the future alternative energy mix Key environmental advantages provided by Fuel Cells over incumbent technologies Biomass can provide clean energy fuel source for Fuel Cells