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Sylfen gives you autonomy

Even though it is now easy and affordable to produce your clean, and local, energy, it isn't easy to secure your energy supply. This is due to intermittences of renewable energy productions (solar, photovoltaic). This is the last concern to succeed with the energy transition movement.

To solve this issue, and always use your own supply of energy, you need capabilities to store excess of local energy productions. 

Sylfen and its scientific partner CEA (french national technology R&D institute) developped a secured large capacity energy storage solution, capable of valuing local production of energy. We combine the energy density of hydrogen with conventional batteries. This allow us to store sufficient energy to supply a whole building all year round.

The energy vector hydrogen can either be used to power cars with fuel cell technologies or to produce back electricity and heat from cogeneration to supply buildings or eco-districts. This allows anyone to get energy from irregular production sources.

As a result, you can now get your own energy, produced locally and respectful from the environment, 365 days a year.

Renewable energies
are now a reality

These are reliable technologies, with decreasing costs. In parallel, many technologies provide benefits in energy efficiency, in order to reduce consumptions. We manage energy with Smart Grids, and large companies are transitioning to green energy one after the other. Conditions are now almost there to succeed with energy transition.

Why conditions are only almost there ?

Because there is one problem remaining : the capacity to store energy at low costs.

Local energy production implies a local management too. This is in line with the pressing demand to develop responsible energy production, at human scale. This forces energy to be traceable, in short circuits, in charge of local communities and within a sharing economy. In order to manage large scale of renewable energies, the local networks need to have storage capabilities.

Hydrogen
is the future of energy

In the field of energy, hydrogen is a disruptive innovation. It can extend the autonomy of batteries. It is an efficient solution to store local energy and re-use it later on : to power clean cars, and to produce electricity and heat for all sorts of needs.

Wherever there is life, energy is needed.

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Sylfen provides the last technological assets for a clean, local and renewable energy supply.

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