Fossil fuel emissions are contributing to climate change.
We need to decarbonise all aspects of our energy use: electricity, heat and transport.
The characteristics of hydrogen bring world changing solutions to aid the global transition to renewable and clean energy sources.
Renewable energy storage.
We can capture electrical energy from wind, solar, hydro and tidal sources by converting electricity into hydrogen gas through electrolysis of water. Energy stored in the form of hydrogen gas can be kept for unlimited periods of time and can be delivered straight to the market.
Generation of electricity and heat.
Fuel cells can be used for electricity generation both for stationary power (office buildings and homes, server farms, factories) and transport. The only emissions are water.