Present-day electricity generation is primarily based on fossil fuels and, to a limited extent, wind and sun energy. In the future, this will change, and it is doubtful whether there will be sufficient sustainably generated electricity to electrify society and the economy. The conversion of a coal or gas-driven power plant into a hydrogen-based electric power plant, whilst allowing much of the old power plant to be retained, is technically entirely realisable. The resulting sustainably generated capacity could even make it possible to limit the construction of wind parks.
If an H2Fuel regeneration facility is built adjacent to a hydrogen power plant, it can supply electricity for the production of H2Fuel, utilise the hydrogen it produces for its own power supply and, in times of overproduction, market it as H2Fuel for use by third parties.