I am pursuing projects to produce Green Hydrogen i.e. hydrogen produced via electrolysis of water using solar power. The technology is proven, totally carbon free and rapidly becoming economically viable thanks to the falling cost of solar power in many countries. The hydrogen will gradually replace oil and gas as fuel in a range of applications.

Hydrogen is a tried and tested fuel and industrial feedstock, with three times the energy content of natural gas by mass; it has been proven in many applications such as road transport, power generation, and home heating and cooling; and it produces absolutely no carbon or other emissions (except clean water!) on combustion.

Some 50 million tons of hydrogen are currently produced annually for use as industrial feedstock. Because the cost of production is high relative to oil and gas, the use of this hydrogen has remained limited to select industries such as fertilizer production and oil refining. In fact, the main process currently used for...
I am pursuing projects to produce Green Hydrogen i.e. hydrogen produced via electrolysis of water using solar power. The technology is proven, totally carbon free and rapidly becoming economically viable thanks to the falling cost of solar power in many countries. The hydrogen will gradually replace oil and gas as fuel in a range of applications.

Hydrogen is a tried and tested fuel and industrial feedstock, with three times the energy content of natural gas by mass; it has been proven in many applications such as road transport, power generation, and home heating and cooling; and it produces absolutely no carbon or other emissions (except clean water!) on combustion.

Some 50 million tons of hydrogen are currently produced annually for use as industrial feedstock. Because the cost of production is high relative to oil and gas, the use of this hydrogen has remained limited to select industries such as fertilizer production and oil refining. In fact, the main process currently used for production uses natural gas as feedstock, and emits huge quantities of carbon dioxide in the process.

Now, the cost of producing green hydrogen using electrolysis - itself a proven technology - is rapidly becoming competitive against that of oil and gas. At the turn of the last century, energy from green hydrogen was some 40 times more expensive than the equivalent amount from oil; it is now just twice as expensive; and, all going well, should be available at half the cost of the oil equivalent in 5-10 years time. This has been enabled by the cost of solar power - itself due to the increasing efficiency of solar panels and economies of scale in the manufacture. Hydrogen will then emerge as a mainstream fuel, dramatically displacing oil and gas.

My venture targets markets which offer the right combination of conditions to achieve large-scale, commercially viable green hydrogen schemes within 5-8 years.
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