Offshore Wind Power and Renewable Hydrogen Production

There is an emerging consensus in the offshore wind industry that renewable hydrogen will be essential for continued economic success and growth because of the need for large-scale grid-balancing and expansion into new and profitable markets. GTA has pioneered the development and prototype testing of subsea electrolyzers for large scale renewable hydrogen production. High voltage cables and large power transformers are eliminated. GTA’s electrolyzer has been vetted at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Please refer to the presentation materials given below. They present feasibility and techno-economic information on this new game-changing technology that is ready for commercialization now.

GTA Introduces

The first of its kind

MAJOR OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

GTA electrolyzers, powered by offshore wind and marine energy energy, are used for large scale subsea renewable hydrogen production and storage. GTA electrolyzers have the lowest CAPEX and OPEX.

Please view GTA’s presentation in the hydrogen panel session at the 2020 IPF Conference by clicking the following graphic:

Presentation

2020 International Partnership for Offshore Wind, August 6, 2020, on-line conference. GTA’s presentation in the panel session Large-Scale Renewable Hydrogen Production and Offshore Wind Energy.

Video Tour

Conceptual video tour of a one-gigawatt offshore hydrogen wind farm.

GTA

Designed electrolyzers

have been tested and validated at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and have an investment grade international patent portfolio available for sale or licensing. We are seeking an enterprising company with business and engineering experience in the offshore energy industry to partner with.

Add Perpetual Revenue & Value

Subsea electrolytic production of renewable hydrogen adds perpetual revenue and value to depleted offshore oil and gas fields.

Subsea Business Opportunities

New business opportunities and markets are presented to the energy, and construction companies engaged in current subsea operations.

Reduce Labor Costs

Subsea electrolytic hydrogen production does not require continuous human presence. Alkaline electrolyzers rarely need servicing.

Autonomous ai operation

low-cost commodity materials

The electrolyzers are fabricated from low-cost commodity materials: polyethylene, silicone rubber, aluminum, nickel and steel. No platinum group metals.

Simple Design

Simple design for large-scale rapid manufacturing.

HYDROGEN compression

Deep-water hydrostatic pressure is leveraged for hydrogen production at high pressure. Cool subsea water is leveraged for coolling. 

Produced & Stored Safely

Hydrogen is produced and stored in safe locations, away from population centers and protected from inclement weather and EMP events. Delivered to shore by pipeline or to floating production and offloading vessels (FPSOs).

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GTA

Bridging the gap between renewable hydrogen, offshore wind energy and subsea engineering.

industrial Usage Chart

Industrial use of hydrogen is shown in the figure, including the emerging transportation fuel market for hydrogen fuel cell electric cars and trucks that are sold in California, Europe and Japan.

$150 Billion

The world-wide annual market for hydrogen is $150 billion, virtually all of which is produced from fossil fuel.

Legislative support

Legislative support for increasing the contribution of renewable fuels and chemicals to world-wide energy consumption is strong and growing.

THE Winning Path

GTA’s proprietary IP for adapting current offshore oil and gas technology to offshore wind and ocean energy is a winning pathway for achieving market penetration.

President & Co-Leader of DOE’s H2@Scale Make Working Group

Elias Greenbaum

Elias Greenbaum is President of GTA, Inc., a company whose mission is to expand marine energy opportunities by adding hydrogen production and storage by subsea electrolyzers. GTA was among the first cohort of companies selected by the United States Department of Energy for participation in the H2@Scale Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) program. He was appointed co-leader of the hydrogen production working group. He has held academic and industrial positions at the University of Tennessee and Union Carbide Corporate Research Laboratory. He is a member of the Board of Directors, California Hydrogen Business Council, and serves on the Wind Technologies Standards Committee Floating Offshore Working Group. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is a former staff member and group leader in the Chemical Technology/Chemical Sciences Divisions at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and received the ORNL 2000 Scientist of the Year award. He is an ORNL Corporate Fellow emeritus and UT-Battelle Distinguished Inventor. He received a Ph.D. in physics from Columbia University.

Contact Us

GTA has an investment grade international patent portfolio available for sale or licensing. We are seeking to partner with an enterprising company with business and engineering experience in the offshore energy industry.

Phone

+1 (865) 223-9551

Address

5891 New Peachtree Road, Suite 103
Atlanta, GA 30340 USA

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The Winning Path

GTA’s proprietary IP for adapting current offshore oil and gas technology to offshore wind and ocean energy is a winning pathway for achieving market penetration.