Hydrogen is produced by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using an electrical current. This process is referred to as electrolysis.
When hydrogen is produced using this process, using electricity sourced from renewables, the resulting fuel has no carbon or emissions footprint.
We see the massive potential that hydrogen fuel cell technology has to offer as a clean fuel source. Through the design, manufacturing and operation of hydrogen infrastructure, were working to make hydrogen the future of energy.
Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCV's)
FCV's are electric vehicles that store energy in the form of hydrogen gas rather than a battery.
The high energy density of hydrogen makes it the most viable for electric-aviation applications.
Hydrogen is used in many manufacturing settings as a fuel source.
Residential and Commercial Heating
The lack of emissions produced by hydrogen generation (electrolysis) makes hydrogen an ideal solution as a heating fuel.