Green hydrogen is expected to contribute 20% of the total abatement required by 2050 for net zero;
and will be crucial to decarbonise hard to abate sectors like steel, chemicals, high grade heat
and heavy transport.
Expected to supply 10–15 % of energy in a net zero global economy, green hydrogen creates a huge commercial and decarbonisation opportunity.
Electrolysers use electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen and are the key technology for producing green hydrogen. The main
challenge for the industry today is that existing electrolysers are complex, costly, only moderately efficient, and difficult to scale.
Over the last 50 years, there have only been incremental improvements in electrolyser systems. Until now.