What is hydrogen?

Hydrogen is an energy carrier that will become an important part of the solution for the future energy mix, to solve increasing electricity needs.

Green hydrogen is produced from water and renewable energy through electrolysis. The process requires electricity from renewable energy sources, such as power from water, wind, or solar power, and therefore has no, or very low, greenhouse gas emissions. It can be used for fuel, either in an internal combustion engine or by producing electricity in a fuel cell. The power from the fuel cells can power an electric powertrain or supply off-grid systems with power.  

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Hydrogen can also be used to generate heat in the combustion process and as a reducing agent in industrial processes. Investing in hydrogen will make industrial processes greener and contribute to an increase in future jobs.