One of the most important challenges in the energy production sector today is the decarbonization of the global economy. One primary step in addressing this global crisis is to consistently expand into using 100% hydrogen on thermal power plants.
The production of hydrogen uses different technologies that produce different levels of emissions. The hydrogen colour spectrum indicates which methods are most environmentally friendly (green) and the ones which are the least environmentally friendly (black & brown).
At USP&E we strive to assist all clients in their transition in the most effective way possible. This helps companies meet their ESG standards and use hydrogen without the expense of the environment. With over 20 years experience across 9 countries, our team is here to guide you toward the future of hydrogen energy.
Renewable energy is playing an increasingly important role worldwide. It’s the backbone of a sustainable, CO2 free energy sector, and thus a key technology for achieving decarbonization by the year 2100. Its share in global power generation is growing daily. But how can fluctuating energy sources such as sun and wind be integrated in existing grids, ongoing industrial processes, and flexible, individual mobility?
Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe. Almost all of our chemical fuels are based on hydrogen, although in a bound form as hydrocarbons or other hydrogen compounds. To limit climate change caused by the global increase in CO 2 emissions, solutions must be found for generating carbonneutral and, therefore, sustainable fuels. This requires, among other things, that hydrogen is produced using renewable energy sources.