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Electrolyser systems for Hydrogen generation

What is Hydrogen?  |  Clean Air  |  Net Zero  |  Climate Change

  • What is Hydrogen?
  • Clean Air
  • Net Zero
  • Climate Change
  • What is Hydrogen?

    Hydrogen gas is the most abundant chemical in the universe. It is extremely light and highly reactive unless secluded from the air. When used by a fuel cell it is oxidised and the only resulting emission is water. This makes Hydrogen a perfect fuel source, with many possibilities for its use.

  • Clean Air

    Air pollution is the top environmental risk to human health in the UK. We need to ensure that the energy we use does not continue to pollute our air, which causes particulates to enter our bodies through the lungs and damage vital organs. The World Health Organisation has guidelines which highlight the importance of clean air to protect the planet and all inhabitants. Hydrogen is a clean fuel source, you can start with water and renewable electricity, make hydrogen, use the hydrogen, for it to just return back to water. There really is no other energy provider which can be cleaner than hydrogen.

  • Net Zero

    Net Zero is the target set by government to reduce harmful emissions to zero by 2050. By eliminating harmful greenhouse gas emissions it will bring an end to rising global temperatures that contribute to global warming. Because hydrogen can be generated in a very clean way, through water electrolysis and renewable energy, coupled with the fact that it is very versatile and can be used in many different markets, it has become the key technology enabler to help many industries reach Net Zero emissions.

  • Climate Change

    There is strong scientific evidence that the world's climate is changing due to harmful greenhouse emissions relating to human impact. The UK's Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has identified hydrogen as having the potential to decarbonise the UK's energy system by 2050 and achieve net zero harmful emissions. There is also the wider legal climate aim- The Paris Agreement which extends to cover globally countries to ensure Climate Change is addressed. The CCC Technical Report identified that between 6,000 MW & 17,000 MW of electrolysis required in the UK by 2050 to enable plans to meet net zero emissions.

What is Hydrogen?

Hydrogen is a gas, and the most abundant chemical in the universe, making up nearly 75% of baryonic mass. Its properties mean that it is extremely light and contains pure energy, which will burn when 4-75% reacts with air. When this process happens, the hydrogen reacts to turn into water. This makes Hydrogen a perfect fuel source, with many possibilities for its use.

Clean Air

Clean Air Air pollution is the top environmental risk to human health in the UK. We need to ensure that the energy we use does not continue to pollute our air, which causes particulates to enter our bodies through the lungs and damage vital organs. The World Health Organisation has guidelines which highlight the importance of clean air to protect the planet and all inhabitants. Hydrogen is a clean fuel source, where when you start with water and renewable electricity, make hydrogen, use the hydrogen, it then just returns back to water. There really is no other energy provider which can be cleaner than hydrogen.

Net Zero

Net Zero is the target set by government to reduce harmful emissions to zero by 2050. By eliminating harmful greenhouse gas emissions it will bring an end to rising global temperatures that contribute to global warming. Because hydrogen can be generated in a very clean way, through water electrolysis and renewable energy, coupled with the fact that it is very versatile and can be used in many different markets, it has become the key technology enabler to help many industries reach Net Zero emissions.

Climate Change

There is strong scientific evidence that the world's climate is changing due to harmful greenhouse emissions relating to human impact. The UK's Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has identified hydrogen as having the potential to decarbonise the UK's energy system by 2050 and achieve net zero harmful emissions. There is also the wider legal climate agreement- The Paris Agreement which extends to cover globally countries to ensure Climate Change is addressed. The CCC Technical Report identified that between 6,000 MW & 17,000 MW of electrolysis required in the UK by 2050 to enable plans to meet net zero emissions.

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