Green Choices to Heat your Space

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We are working to possibly bring clean heat to the forefront of our national climate conversation because no matter how much we reduce emissions from electric generation and transportation, we won’t solve the climate crisis unless we also address the heating sector. With currently available technology, we have the potential to fix the problem. But heating is complex, and no one system is right for everyone. Sustainable heating might assist individuals and ventures figure out which heating option best aligns their dollars with their values. Fossil fuel interests stand to make nearly $33 trillion over the next 25 years while propelling us into climate catastrophe. We aim to change that with a clean heat revolution. Beholden to no industry and tied to no technology, we are dedicated to data-driven, practical, and affordable clean heat solutions.

Right now, the world is aggressively transitioning to net-zero carbon emissions. Additionally, the U.S. just pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions by nearly half over the next 10 years. Nearly 197 countries adopted the Paris Climate Accord to assist too. Four of the world’s largest economies announced net-zero carbon emission targets, along with some of the world’s biggest sectors like General Motors, DuPont, JP Morgan, Dow, Union Pacific, Shell, Microsoft, JetBlue, and Walmart to name a few. (1) Together we could combat climate change and return the planet to a place we are proud to leave our children. Together we are building a grassroots community grounded in shared values. The world is aggressively transitioning to net-zero carbon emissions. Keep reading to expound your knowledge!

With spiraling energy costs, it’s not surprising that many people are looking for efficient ways to heat their homes, and reduce their fuel costs. Switching to an efficient heating is one of the quickest and easiest ways to reduce your home or venture CO2 emissions. This is also where these low-carbon energy transitions, with paying attention to hydrogen technologies that could come into play with its Dynamic Combustion Chamber (DCC) boiler solution, which claims to provide zero emissions while remaining cost-competitive with traditional hydrocarbon boiler systems. The patented zero emissions DCC boiler system aims to decarbonize the nearly $30 billion global commercial and industrial heating industry while providing best-in-class energy efficiencies.

The DCC could be used for a variety of commercial and industrial applications, generating zero emission electricity when combined with a turbine genset in CHP applications. The patented DCC technology might require no air permit, with water as the only by-product. Produces at roughly 30% greater efficiency than traditional fossil fuel boilers with estimated 97% overall boiler thermal efficiency. (2) As a nation, powerful catalysts for hydrogen power must keep on moving forward to build an economy that’s not only more prosperous but healthier, fairer and cleaner for the entire planet!

The need for sustainable environmental solutions is becoming more urgent. Industrial sectors are already working hard to minimize their impact on the climate by optimizing their production processes. Communities, users, and owners of these heating systems are looking forward to safeguarding the planet for future generations, and legislation needs to play their role in mitigating environmental challenges. Hydrogen is one of the abundant and simple elements on earth. It also appears to be clean-burning, zero-emission fuel for storing and releasing energy and could have a large and developing addressable market. In fact, about 45% of energy-related greenhouse gasses could be decarbonized. Alternatives are there to disrupt traditional central heating boilers. Continue supporting decarbonization, by sharing this video that talk about a shift towards hydrogen heating! Check disclaimer on my profile.

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