A scalable solution
Some services require a lot of autonomous, untethered energy.
The energy in the tanks of a large truck is equivalent to the daily electricity needs of more than 100 homes. A large airliner corresponds to more than 40,000.
Hydrogen provides low- or zero-carbon solutions for these applications.
We have developed decision-making tools to evaluate the impact of policies on hydrogen deployment strategies.
We aim to evidence-based policies that reduce emissions and costs.
Have a look at our latest paper on the subject.
We have developed sophisticated techno-economic models to optimize hydrogen supply chains. The models can incorporate local, regional and national cost and performance data.
Beyond existing implementations, we are exploring new business models enabled by integrated technologies.
With electrolysis and renewable electricity, zero-carbon hydrogen can be produced from water.
We aim to reduce costs by operating at high temperature and pressure, and by improving electrode design.
Most of today’s hydrogen is produced from natural gas, but this approach emits CO2.
We have developed solutions that can minimize or eliminate these emissions and produce hydrogen at low cost.
Fuel cells convert hydrogen to electricity with only water as the by-product.
We have advanced laboratories and techniques to design and test fuel cells and other critical components.
Develop evidence-based policies for clean growth under low-carbon policies.
Become partners in pilot projects for economic development
Explore new ownership, investment and insurance models
Explore breakthrough technologies in the context of an integrated system
Benefit from a mid-scale installation in a low-risk demonstration site
Collaborate in breakthrough research on sustainable energy