Solving Climate Change requires eliminating CO2 from industrial and energy intensive processes that can’t be directly electrified
Green Hydrogen is renewable energy stored in the simplest, highest energy density carrier: Hydrogen. Green Hydrogen is produced by water electrolysis and is necessary to achieve deep decarbonization globally.
Long Duration Energy Storage
Green Hydrogen can store renewable energy for days, weeks, or months before being converted back into electricity.
Expand Renewable Energy Adoption
Instead of curtailing excess generated renewable energy, an electrolyzer can use that low-cost electricity to produce Green Hydrogen, while balancing the grid to enable high penetration of renewable generation.
Decarbonize the Hydrogen Production Industry
The current $120B hydrogen industry makes hydrogen from fossil fuels, exhausting around 600 million metric tons of CO2 per year globally. Green Hydrogen can decarbonize the entire hydrogen production industry.
Decarbonize Energy Intensive Industries
Energy intensive industrial sectors, like the steel industry, exhaust millions of metric tons of CO2 per year. Green Hydrogen can replace coke, natural gas, coal, and other fossil fuel inputs to make industry clean.
Produce Carbon-Neutral Chemicals & Fuels
Green Hydrogen can be combined with CO2 captured from air or industrial processes to produce synthetic natural gas (methane), “negative carbon” polymers, and carbon-neutral fuels to decarbonize aviation, marine shipping, busses, and other transport.
Green Hydrogen can be used with fuel cells for long-distance, carbon-free transportation.