Energy powers everything— fuels action, enables growth, and accelerates transformation—but the energy sources of yesterday cannot sustain the demand of tomorrow. Humans are facing a momentous challenge, and the industries’ current conducts do not provide the required answers. Therefore, to expedite the adoption of the circular economy, GreenLab Skive facilitates a symbiotic network of energy sources for a sustainable future. The network enables organizations to intelligently transform and distribute energy and bi-products among themselves. The firm maximizes energy potential by empowering production in circularity with each other as opposed to standing alone. “As the future cannot wait, we reconstruct sustainable production for a greener future,” says Christopher Sorensen, CEO of GreenLab Skive. “We are instigating the transition to a sustainable and more collaborative approach for the world of tomorrow.”

GreenLab Skive is an industrial energy park that is working actively on integrated energy storage, renewable energy, and efficient resource utilization and optimization. Companies that establish their production at the site can exchange and optimize surplus green energy and mutually benefit through symbiotic energy network. Case in point, if a company produces more than it needs, it can exchange surplus energy and resources with a second company in the symbiotic network. And, if the second company produces excess heat, it can share its heat energy with the first or any other company. GreenLab Skive has different energy chains that consist of photovoltaic systems, wind turbines, biogas plants, electrolysis, natural gas, and other energy and resources streams. In addition, the firm optimizes the green energy within the park to serve its industrial partners through an energy exchange infrastructure encompassing transformers and mini electric grids. To deliver these, GreenLab Skive uses the P2X concept that stands for Power to “X” number of products called “electro-fuels”. It is a critical link in the process of utilizing cyclical sources of green energy such as wind or solar power.

The P2X concept allows converting surplus electrical energy to new hydrogen based fuels. This conversion is achieved by using electrical energy to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.

We are keeping an eye on various electrolysis technologies to take hold of the advancement and stay abreast of ever changing green fuel industry

Both of these elements can be applied to making clean fuels as well as applications for industrial processes. Hydrogen can be applied directly for transportation or industry. It is also a key element in fuels like methanol, methane and ammonia, all of which can be applied broadly as fuels or chemicals. The P2X concept thus makes unpredictable renewable energy more broadly applicable as a source of energy because the “electro-fuels” produced can be stored and transferred as needed while the renewable energy source increases and decreases cyclically.

Determined to streamline the distribution of energy among industries, GreenLab Skive leverages advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, and data analytics to optimize the green energy sharing process. The firm gathers an abundance of sensory data and analyzes it to control and enhance internal, external variables while administering the allocation of energy. Forging ahead, the organization is working to deliver an energy analytic global platform for allowing partners to collaborate and make new developments in the green energy field.

By deploying such leading intelligent symbiotic energy network, GreenLab Skive is committed to pilot green initiatives by leveraging future-proofing infrastructures. ”We aim to revolutionize energy and prove that transitioning to greener energy is not only the way forward but also a profitable journey,” says Sorensen. “Along with our partners, we are building an intelligent symbiotic energy network that pushes the boundaries for storing and utilizing energy as efficiently as possible.”