Alfa Laval - Clean energy

Clean energy

Alfa Laval has developed a wide range of advanced heat transfer and separation technologies that are already being used to enable the transition to a cleaner energy future.

We are accelerating the transformation of our energy infrastructure to advance sustainable energy solutions from green hydrogen, Power-to-X, fuel cells and energy storage to biofuels, carbon capture utilization and storage, and much more.

 

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Presence across all sectors

With leading heat transfer and separation technologies, Alfa Laval is supporting operations around the world with their clean energy transition. Select an area below to learn more about how we can support you today.

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Green hydrogen

Have you heard that hydrogen may represent 24% of the energy market by 2050? Find out about our heat transfer and desalination solutions for effective green hydrogen production, storage and transportation.

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Fuel cells

Fuel cells will be one of the fundamental pieces in solving our energy transition puzzle. Our experience in thermal technology can help you meet the demands of challenging applications.


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Power-to-X (P2X)

Power-to-X involves the conversion of electricity into gaseous, liquid fuels or chemicals, including e-ammonia, e-methanol, methane, green hydrogen and syngas.


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Energy storage

Long-term, utility-scale storage is a key part of our sustainable future. Want to find out how we’re enabling the potential for 24/7 renewable energy?


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Carbon capture, utilization & storage

Discover our portfolio of heat transfer innovations designed to maximize the efficiency of carbon capture.


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Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

CSP with thermal storage can help secure future energy supplies, deliver fresh water and heat for other uses.


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Biofuels

Maybe you know that bioenergy already accounts for 10% of world’s primary energy demand, with 7% of that coming from biofuels?


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Decarbonization: a combination of approaches

The challenge of decarbonization is twofold: we must simultaneously support rapidly growing energy demands, while reducing CO2 emissions to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.

As we see in this chart, a combination of technologies and new fuels are needed to reverse our current course and put us the “Sustainable Development” pathway for meeting the Paris objectives. In terms of clean energy, the green section illustrates the important role played by renewables. At the same time, the orange portion of the chart shows that new, cleaner fuels and carbon capture will be equally important.

Alfa Laval has already partnered with customers to help support their transition to cleaner energy. Contact us today to learn how we can help your business.

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Sustainable partnership

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