Capturing innovation is at the heart of ANT Energy Solutions. By optimising and integrating existing and emerging technology alongside the development of our own proprietary componentry, ANT is driving the expansion of the Hydrogen economy. ANT Energy Solutions, along with its strategic partners, has been awarded the Commonwealth Cooperative Research Centres Project (CRC-P) grant.
The consortium is comprised of ANT Energy Solutions, Monash University, ThoughtWorks, MiniFab and Hargo Engineering.
The objective of the CRC-P is to develop a next-generation electrolyser which is a device responsible for splitting water into its main constituents: hydrogen and oxygen. This device is used as part of a greater ANT system that will deliver a renewable energy solution (as illustrated) that is:
- 100% off-grid
- Available 24/7 – 365 days a year
Successful completion of this project will provide end-users with greater a greater choice of application. Benefits will include:
- 75% reduction in the cost of hydrogen-based systems for domestic, light-industrial, warehouse and off-grid applications, making it more competitive than existing market offerings
- Sustainability and durability
ANT also has a dedicated test rig for exploring the latest cutting-edge microgrid technologies.