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Green Energy Turbines


Learn more about our modules


Designed to provide a 24/7/365 supply of commercial electricity

Solar energy

Wind energy

PEM electrolyser functioning
at 200 bars (+3,000 psi) [No need for a compressor]

Hydrogen storage tanks

PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) to adjust energy in line with demand, supply, and storage

Telecommunications link via the internet
for remote monitoring and data and voice transmission

Genset with ICEH2 engine

Working area


Hydrogen dispenser for vehicles

Hydrogen versus Battery Storage

Long Lifespan

PEM electrolysers and internal combustion generators have operating lifespans of over 15K hours with HEC’s EZ-HP1™ PEM expected to operate for 25 years of daily use.


Batteries are fragile and susceptible to damage from heat, humidity, depth of discharge and other factors. In remote and harsh environments, batteries often fail before expected lifecycle expectancies Hydrogen PEM system housed within standard shipping containers are able to withstand much greater ranges of environmental risk factors which would be catastrophic for battery systems


Battery solutions typically store a single day’s end user’s energy requirement due to costs. HEC-TINA systems allow storage of several days energy load at a small fraction of the cost of a comparable battery storage solution Batteries, under ideal temperature, maintenance and use case have very limited lifecycles based on charging cycles. In a 20 year scenario, batteries should be expected to be replaced three times or more. Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) analysis suggests that HEC-TINA EZ-HP1™ offer substantial cost saving in comparison to battery alternative

Hydrogen versus Diesel Gensets


HEC-TINATM system relies on clean renewable energy sources and it’s ICE gensets exhaust water vapor. Diesel gensets are environmentally unfriendly with local environmental impacts as well as carbon and other dirty exhaust byproducts


While HEC-TINA's 25 years Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) is expected to be less than $0.20/kWh, onsite diesel generation in remote locations such as the 9,508 inhabited islands in the ASEAN region can exceed $1.00kWh due to the extremely high costs of transportation of diesel fuel as well as the increased costs of remote maintenance


HEC-TINA™ system is expected to operate for 25 years of daily use with infrequent and simple maintenance. Diesel gensets have high operational and maintenance costs which are complicated due to sub-optimal operating power generation, frequent stop/start cycles and environmental challenges. Onsite technical support and maintenance add to costs and impair reliability


Introducing our groundbreaking MPMGNH3 module, a game-changer in sustainable agriculture. This innovative module harnesses the power of hydrogen, produced from cutting-edge high-pressure PEM electrolyzers, to facilitate the on-site production of ammonia through the renowned Haber-Bosch process. This revolutionary approach empowers farmers with the capability to independently produce their own ammonia, marking a significant departure from traditional reliance on external sources.

The MPMGNH3 module stands out for its ingenious integration of a compact reactor within its design. This reactor efficiently executes the Haber-Bosch process, converting the hydrogen generated by the electrolyzer into ammonia. What makes this system truly transformative is its scalability, allowing farmers of various scales to customize ammonia production according to their specific needs.

By enabling farmers to produce their own ammonia on-site, the MPMGNH3 module not only reduces dependency on external suppliers but also brings about a paradigm shift in cost dynamics. This self-sufficiency translates into cost savings and increased operational efficiency, positioning farmers to take control of their agricultural practices.

Moreover, this innovative approach aligns with our commitment to environmental sustainability. By utilizing hydrogen as a feedstock for ammonia production, the MPMGNH3 module minimizes the carbon footprint associated with traditional ammonia manufacturing methods, contributing to a greener and more eco-friendly agricultural landscape.

In essence, the MPMGNH3 module redefines the way farmers approach ammonia production, offering autonomy, cost-effectiveness, and environmental responsibility. Embrace the future of agriculture with a solution that empowers farmers to produce their own ammonia, fostering sustainability and self-reliance.


Black Soil

Environmental Sustainability:

Reduced environmental impact by eliminating CO2 emissions, contributing to ecological conservation.

In Summary

Flexible Production:

Capability for in-house production or custom manufacturing of fertilizers to meet specific needs.

Independence from Multinationals:

Freedom from reliance on major multinational corporations for fertilizer procurement.

Cost Competitiveness

Significantly lower costs compared to existing producers, ensuring financial advantages.

Automation and Low Maintenance:

Total process automation and minimal maintenance requirements, optimizing operational efficiency.

Logistic Efficiency:

Reduction in logistic costs as a result of on-site production, streamlining the supply chain.

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