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As the world is moving with a faster pace into the modern era. Humankind is on a constant look out for a better source of power that is not only sustainable but also produces very low carbon emissions. Join us to tap into the vast potential of green hydrogen and explore great avenues together
Our mission is to minimize the use of fossil fuels, create an affordable source of power and a cooler climate with net zero emission in the forthcoming years.
About Green Hydrogen
Green hydrogen is the type of hydrogen which is produced from a renewable source of energy or from a source that produces very low carbon emission. It is produced by a simple method called electrolysis where desalinated water is used as a medium for producing hydrogen.
Today, one of its major applications is in fertilizer production where green hydrogen can be easily used in the existing pipelines to produce ammonia and is aimed by the year 2030 to end all the conventional sources of producing fertilizers.
Green Hydrogen is envisioned to decarbonize major industrial sectors that are hard to electrify like steel, chemical, and cement production. Also, major European companies are building transportation infrastructure in order to switch to hydrogen power.
Power from renewable energy can be intermittent, depending upon the season, location, and weather
Transportation of energy is required in case of long distance overseas areas.
Unsteady or unreliable electricity is a problem faced by many countries who have implemented renewable energy.
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It is the type of hydrogen that is made from renewable energy sources and produces low carbon emissions. It is usually produced by electrolysis of water and it is aimed to decarbonize those sectors which are quite tough to electrify like steel & cement production, transportation and many more, thus helping in climate change.
As being an excellent renewable source as it is, Green hydrogen is also a step forward towards the Green economy. Since most of the major industries are heavily dependent on conventional and non-renewable sources, in the near future companies are proactively participating in using Green hydrogen in making green steel, green ammonia, green cement and many more.