Our Green Hydrogen Solution Can Decarbonize Many Hard-to-Abate Sectors
Renewable energy is intermittent and variable in periods that range from minutes to months, but the power grid needs to be reliable 24x7x365.
- Green Hydrogen can be produced when renewable energy is in excess and is stored for long periods until being reconverted into electricity to help the power grid be reliable and stable.
- Our responsive electrolyzers can be a dispatchable load to the grid, providing balancing services like maintaining voltage and frequency control
Green Hydrogen is the clean molecule that can replace fossil-based reducing agents and mitigate CO2 emissions in a wide range of industries
Green Hydrogen can directly replace fossil-fuel derived hydrogen, which is an integral feedstock to refining
Green Hydrogen is ideal as a fuel for a wide range of transportation modes where battery vehicles aren’t a good fit. The Green Hydrogen can be used directly or be combined with CO2 to form Green Synthesis Gas to produce clean fuels via existing or innovative processes.
Green Hydrogen derived Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) can decarbonize flight.
Green Hydrogen, in liquid form or combined with CO2 to form Green Methanol or Green Ethanol, can be the fuel to power ocean-going ships.
Green Hydrogen and derivates are already being used to decarbonize rail transport.
Green Hydrogen can power fuel-cell trucks and vehicles that are heavy and need to travel long distances, where batteries aren’t an ideal option.
Ammonia, and its derivative urea, are necessary as fertilizers to support global population above about 3-4 billion people. Also, inadequate ammonia supply chains hold back living standards in parts of the world, including much of Africa.
- Green Hydrogen is a drop-in replacement for the fossil-based hydrogen used in the Haber-Bosch process to make ammonia.
- Green Hydrogen can be produced in a distributed fashion, enabling localized ammonia production via innovative methods.
Transforming the Petrochemical Industry With Green Hydrogen
Fuels, chemicals, and polymers are historically made from crude oil. They’re also made synthetically through the gasification of coal or natural gas.
Via the reverse water gas shift (rWGS) reaction, Green Hydrogen and CO2 can form green synthesis gas that can produce these same fuels, chemicals, and polymers – but as zero carbon or carbon negative versions.
We can completely transform the petrochemical industry from fossil dependency to sustainability using Green Hydrogen and CO2. When Green Hydrogen is produced using inexpensive electricity and an optimal electrolysis technology, and with a modest price/ton on CO2, these routes become economically advantaged.