CPH2 has attracted a wide interest in the innovative technology which is seen as a disruptor and as a more environmentally sustainable and economical solution than existing PEM and membrane-based electrolysers. Due to our cryogenic separation process, the technology has also generated significant synergistic interest in integration into large scale liquefaction projects for transport and aviation.
Decarbonisation of our energy systems (electricity and gas grids) is high on the worldwide agenda. Hydrogen will replace carbon emitting coal and gas fired power plants and also act as a store to balance the instantaneous differences between supply of renewable energy and demand from consumers.
Supermarkets, shops, data centres, offices, hospitals and many more buildings can become eco-friendly by powering their environments and back-up power systems with hydrogen.
With climate change delivering more and more unpredictable weather our food chain is also affected. Too little rain, too much rain, long periods of frost and snow all ruin crops and produce less yield. Using hydrogen and oxygen for growing plants without soil can enhance the growth time and promote vegetation that is algae free.
Hydrogen means zero-emissions. Cars, buses, trucks, trains can all be converted to use hydrogen as a fuel. Off-road vehicles and equipment such as forklift trucks, airport ground support equipment, agricultural machinery and generators can all be hydrogen fuelled for the future. Eliminating carbon and noise pollution.
Large manufacturing facilities can install their own local hydrogen generating plant and by using renewable energy sources such as solar or wind can produce green hydrogen for their own businesses.