We are in the middle of an energy transition, moving away from fossil fuels towards a system depending on renewable energy sources. The amount of produced solar and wind energy increases steadily.
The moment solar and wind energy is generated rarely matches the moment of our energy demands. Here, hydrogen can play a significant role as sustainable link between energy supply and demand.
Hydrogen is the cheapest solution to store large amounts of energy over long periods of time, such as seasonal storage.
As an energy carrier, hydrogen can deliver energy fast, and at a moment’s notice for a wide array of purposes.
With energy generated in a sustainable manner, hydrogen enables a fully circular and stable energy supply. The only byproduct in these conversions is water.