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Enabling the future with green hydrogen

Over 200 years ago, hydrogen powered the first internal combustion engines, and until today hydrogen utilization is still an integral component of many industries. In addition to being light, energy-dense, and storable, burning hydrogen emits no greenhouse gases directly. However, hydrogen production development has touched on a dilemma. The process of splitting the water (H2O) to generate hydrogen gas and oxygen still requires a primary source of energy, such as solar, electricity, nuclear power, or gas. So, is it possible to produce hydrogen without carbon emissions, and utilize its capability on a bigger industrial scale to meet the ever-growing energy demands?

HydrogenPro is enabling a promising future for the industry by empowering green hydrogen production, utilizing renewable-energy-driven electrolysis to produce 100% clean hydrogen.

“Green hydrogen will play an important role in decarbonizing the future. With our most cost-effective alkaline high-pressure electrolyzer technology, HydrogenPro is the preferred company to enable this transition”, Tarjei Johansen, CEO of HydrogenPro says.

Hydrogen, being an energy power that generates zero carbon emission while burning, is widely used across sectors, such as the steel industry, agriculture industry, and oil refining industry, and it has now been upgraded into sustainable aviation fuels by mixing with other energy fuels to lower the environmental damage. Currently, 95% of the production process of hydrogen is still “dirty”- relying on fossil fuel, and only less than 3% is purely green.

Due to green hydrogen’s disregard for fossil fuel usage as well as its potential in serving as an energy carrier and balancing the grid, it is considered extremely vital in the fight against climate change in the coming future. 

The reason why the green hydrogen industry is still fast-evolving and has limited output now is the volume of electricity consumed during the generating process is huge. Richard Espeseth, CEO and Co-founder of HydrogenPro explains that cost-efficiency is one of the obstacles that HydrogenPro has overcome, Espeseth says “when you look at the final cost of one-kilogram hydrogen, very roughly 80% of the cost is electricity. So that's why we have been focusing a lot on reducing the energy needed. That means in practical life, use less electricity to produce the same kilogram of hydrogen and I think we are a little bit ahead on this”. 

HydrogenPro provides high-pressure units that save compression costs and are superbly suited for variable loads from clean electricity generated using solar panels and wind turbines, which has proven its high proficiency in electric consumption per kg hydrogen compared with traditional alkaline systems.

It is estimated by Forbes that by 2023, investment in green hydrogen production may surpass $1 billion a year. HydrogenPro is standing on the cusp of this industry, collaborating across sectors to provide the impetus and opportunity for achieving sustainable growth. 

The company is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2023, and since it went public in 2020, HydrogenPro has expanded and introduced its expertise in green hydrogen production to different partners. It provides scalable site requirements, which are adaptable for seamless integration, offering containerized solutions for small plants, indoor installations for medium plants, and large-scale turn-key hydrogen plants for a large industrial site. As Mr. Johansen firmly believes in the promising collaborating future that green hydrogen can play its part in. “I think there are opportunities for different types of partnerships. A lot of the big oil and gas companies are now starting to look at green hydrogen and partnering with EPC companies who are going to be constructing these facilities.”

Over 200 years ago, hydrogen powered the first internal combustion engines, and until today hydrogen utilization is still an integral component of many industries. In addition to being light, energy-dense, and storable, burning hydrogen emits no greenhouse gases directly. However, hydrogen production development has touched on a dilemma. The process of splitting the water (H2O) to generate hydrogen gas and oxygen still requires a primary source of energy, such as solar, electricity, nuclear power, or gas. So, is it possible to produce hydrogen without carbon emissions, and utilize its capability on a bigger industrial scale to meet the ever-growing energy demands?

HydrogenPro is enabling a promising future for the industry by empowering green hydrogen production, utilizing renewable-energy-driven electrolysis to produce 100% clean hydrogen.

“Green hydrogen will play an important role in decarbonizing the future. With our most cost-effective alkaline high-pressure electrolyzer technology, HydrogenPro is the preferred company to enable this transition”, Tarjei Johansen, CEO of HydrogenPro says.

Hydrogen, being an energy power that generates zero carbon emission while burning, is widely used across sectors, such as the steel industry, agriculture industry, and oil refining industry, and it has now been upgraded into sustainable aviation fuels by mixing with other energy fuels to lower the environmental damage. Currently, 95% of the production process of hydrogen is still “dirty”- relying on fossil fuel, and only less than 3% is purely green.

Due to green hydrogen’s disregard for fossil fuel usage as well as its potential in serving as an energy carrier and balancing the grid, it is considered extremely vital in the fight against climate change in the coming future. 

The reason why the green hydrogen industry is still fast-evolving and has limited output now is the volume of electricity consumed during the generating process is huge. Richard Espeseth, CEO and Co-founder of HydrogenPro explains that cost-efficiency is one of the obstacles that HydrogenPro has overcome, Espeseth says “when you look at the final cost of one-kilogram hydrogen, very roughly 80% of the cost is electricity. So that's why we have been focusing a lot on reducing the energy needed. That means in practical life, use less electricity to produce the same kilogram of hydrogen and I think we are a little bit ahead on this”. 

HydrogenPro provides high-pressure units that save compression costs and are superbly suited for variable loads from clean electricity generated using solar panels and wind turbines, which has proven its high proficiency in electric consumption per kg hydrogen compared with traditional alkaline systems.

It is estimated by Forbes that by 2023, investment in green hydrogen production may surpass $1 billion a year. HydrogenPro is standing on the cusp of this industry, collaborating across sectors to provide the impetus and opportunity for achieving sustainable growth. 

The company is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2023, and since it went public in 2020, HydrogenPro has expanded and introduced its expertise in green hydrogen production to different partners. It provides scalable site requirements, which are adaptable for seamless integration, offering containerized solutions for small plants, indoor installations for medium plants, and large-scale turn-key hydrogen plants for a large industrial site. As Mr. Johansen firmly believes in the promising collaborating future that green hydrogen can play its part in. “I think there are opportunities for different types of partnerships. A lot of the big oil and gas companies are now starting to look at green hydrogen and partnering with EPC companies who are going to be constructing these facilities.”

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Enabling the future with green hydrogen

Over 200 years ago, hydrogen powered the first internal combustion engines, and until today hydrogen utilization is still an integral component of many industries. In addition to being light, energy-dense, and storable, burning hydrogen emits no greenhouse gases directly. However, hydrogen production development has touched on a dilemma. The process of splitting the water (H2O) to generate hydrogen gas and oxygen still requires a primary source of energy, such as solar, electricity, nuclear power, or gas. So, is it possible to produce hydrogen without carbon emissions, and utilize its capability on a bigger industrial scale to meet the ever-growing energy demands?

HydrogenPro is enabling a promising future for the industry by empowering green hydrogen production, utilizing renewable-energy-driven electrolysis to produce 100% clean hydrogen.

“Green hydrogen will play an important role in decarbonizing the future. With our most cost-effective alkaline high-pressure electrolyzer technology, HydrogenPro is the preferred company to enable this transition”, Tarjei Johansen, CEO of HydrogenPro says.

Hydrogen, being an energy power that generates zero carbon emission while burning, is widely used across sectors, such as the steel industry, agriculture industry, and oil refining industry, and it has now been upgraded into sustainable aviation fuels by mixing with other energy fuels to lower the environmental damage. Currently, 95% of the production process of hydrogen is still “dirty”- relying on fossil fuel, and only less than 3% is purely green.

Due to green hydrogen’s disregard for fossil fuel usage as well as its potential in serving as an energy carrier and balancing the grid, it is considered extremely vital in the fight against climate change in the coming future. 

The reason why the green hydrogen industry is still fast-evolving and has limited output now is the volume of electricity consumed during the generating process is huge. Richard Espeseth, CEO and Co-founder of HydrogenPro explains that cost-efficiency is one of the obstacles that HydrogenPro has overcome, Espeseth says “when you look at the final cost of one-kilogram hydrogen, very roughly 80% of the cost is electricity. So that's why we have been focusing a lot on reducing the energy needed. That means in practical life, use less electricity to produce the same kilogram of hydrogen and I think we are a little bit ahead on this”. 

HydrogenPro provides high-pressure units that save compression costs and are superbly suited for variable loads from clean electricity generated using solar panels and wind turbines, which has proven its high proficiency in electric consumption per kg hydrogen compared with traditional alkaline systems.

It is estimated by Forbes that by 2023, investment in green hydrogen production may surpass $1 billion a year. HydrogenPro is standing on the cusp of this industry, collaborating across sectors to provide the impetus and opportunity for achieving sustainable growth. 

The company is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2023, and since it went public in 2020, HydrogenPro has expanded and introduced its expertise in green hydrogen production to different partners. It provides scalable site requirements, which are adaptable for seamless integration, offering containerized solutions for small plants, indoor installations for medium plants, and large-scale turn-key hydrogen plants for a large industrial site. As Mr. Johansen firmly believes in the promising collaborating future that green hydrogen can play its part in. “I think there are opportunities for different types of partnerships. A lot of the big oil and gas companies are now starting to look at green hydrogen and partnering with EPC companies who are going to be constructing these facilities.”

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