The power of green hydrogen.
Businesses across multiple sectors are looking to transition from fossil fuels and reduce their emissions through electrification. Plugging into the power grid is proving unviable for many. New cabling, energy storage and the flexibility to meet everchanging demand patterns can be complicated, expensive and time consuming to implement.
Green hydrogen overcomes these challenges, making it an important part of the energy mix going forward. It is produced by splitting water using nothing more than renewable power. It can be used directly in a number of industries, such as for the production of green ammonia. It can also be compressed or liquified and transported, just like diesel, to any location, and converted back to electricity through fuel cells. This effectively skips the need for the grid.