Hydrogen is often described as the fuel of the future, and rightly so – because both its production from electricity from renewable sources and also its consumption are sustainable and environmentally compatible.
Energy is needed for electrolysis, and we have more than enough of that at certain times, because solar and wind energy is not always generated precisely when it can be consumed. As a result, valuable energy unfortunately goes unused – but we can use this excess energy to obtain hydrogen through electrolysis. This is an exceptional concept, because it allows us to optimal use of the energy we generate with no waste whatsoever. What’s more, the production of hydrogen from electrolysis is also totally CO2 -free.
The whole process is sustainable from the very beginning, because the construction, operation, and dismantling of PEM electrolyzers is virtually pollutant-free.
Hydrogen from PEM electrolysis: a twofold benefit for humans, the climate, and the environment.