The global commitment to reduce carbon emissions is driving large-scale interest in employing green hydrogen for industrial applications. The standard method to produce hydrogen utilizes natural gas or coal. Depending on the method, anywhere from 10-17 tons of CO2, per ton of hydrogen, is produced. In contrast, utilizing a renewable energy source and electrolysis technology, hydrogen is generated with no CO2 emissions. Proton OnSite’s deployment of megawatt-scale PEM electrolysis helps to achieve the desired economics but also supply high-capacity hydrogen (green hydrogen) demanded by industrial applications.
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