Topic: Technical and economic analysis of a Power-to-Gas plant in Luxembourg
Background: In the future, modern Power-to-Gas plants will increasingly contribute to use the CO2 emissions from different plants (e.g. wastewater treatment plants) to convert the CO2 emissions into "green" methane. This process requires green hydrogen and a methanisation reactor. This green methane can be used to replace e.g. natural gas and contributes directly to accelerating the energy transition.
A detailed project plan for the technology and economic analysis of a Power-to-Gas plant has already been prepared and offers a lot of flexibility for a comprehensive analysis of different plant components as well as the assessment of the economic viability under different utilization scenarios.
- Market analysis of existing hydrogen plants
- Calculation of mass and energy flows
- Economic analysis of a Power-to-Gas plant
- Elaboration of selection criteria for an optimal plant location
- Recommendation of a plant concept.
- Beeing a student in process engineering, process technology or mechanical engineering
- Willingness to learn tasks easily
- High degree of initiative and self-responsibility.
Are you a team player with strong communication skills, who works independently and is flexible? Then we look forward to meeting you.
Paul Wurth Geprolux is a wholly owned subsidiary of Paul Wurth and is mainly involved in project management, project development and technical engineering for the design and construction of outstanding buildings and efficient infrastructures.
Start and duration of the assignment are flexible.