Hydrogen is the lightest, smallest, and most abundant element in the universe.
Green hydrogen has great potential to accelerate the energy transition and decarbonize how we produce, store, and utilize energy. Some of the most promising potential uses include:
Storing intermittent renewable energy
Conversion to a “zero-emissions” fuel for maritime applications, aviation, and heavy-duty freight hauling
Decarbonizing high-heat, industrial processes
Serving as a feedstock for industrial processes such as renewable diesel production
Green hydrogen, commonly produced via water electrolysis, a process that splits water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity generated from renewable sources such as solar, wind, or geothermal power. Ultimately, the market would focus on the carbon intensity score of the hydrogen produced and not on the production method.