Heat and Power
From a first-principles perspective, the DCCTM process is the most efficient way to convert H2 and O2 into power and heat
Zero-emissions industrial steam
Pure hydrogen burns in a slight vacuum with zero gas emission
Eliminating the smokestack delivers industry-leading efficiency
Zero greenhouse gas emissions:
No CO2, and no NOx released
Industry Use Cases
Paper pilot plant
The Pulp & Paper industry burns up to 81% of their fossil fuel consumption just to produce steam. We can help reduce this to zero with green hydrogen. Watch how steam is used in a typical paper mill.
Food & Beverage companies consume up to 57% of their fossil fuels for steam production. The CO2 and NOx emissions from these processes can, and must, be zero. Watch how green steam is utilized in a distillery.
MEET US AT Upcoming Events
Hydrogen Technology Expo Bremen, Germany
27 – 28 September 2023
World Hydrogen Congress Rotterdam, Netherlands
8 – 13 October 2023
The emerging hydrogen economy is decarbonised, decentralised, and digital. We combine these three characteristics into one integrated service offering to the benefit of our clients.
Decarbonisation leads to modular green energy assets distributed across the value chain. The key attribute is a two-way flow of energy and information.
Advanced data analytics unlocks the full potential of end-to-end service integration. ESG funding solutions are a natural service component.
As a first-mover, EXOGEN works with leaders in innovation across industry and commerce to facilitate their road map to net-zero targets. We proactively engage with government, industry, and the built environment to empower activities to transition to a green hydrogen economy.
Green energy future
McKinsey – Global Energy Perspectives
‘Power consumption is projected to triple by 2050 as electrification and living standards grow. Electrification is one of the first decarbonization levers.’
International Energy Agency
‘The key pillars of decarbonising the global energy system are energy efficiency, behavioural change, electrification, renewables, hydrogen, and CCUS.’
Bloomberg – New Energy Finance