Solar PV + Wind

The process of hydrogen production begins with the power generated by renewable energies like solar and wind.

Solar PV + Wind Renewables

Renewable Energy underpins Production of Hydrogen

When wind and solar are plentiful, electrolysers can use some of that left-over energy to create hydrogen, which is then stored on-site.

Hydrogenus Energy has designed a true Zero Carbon energy system which uses power generated in excess of the local microgrid’s demands to produce hydrogen fuel.

This reliable system substantially lowers electricity costs.

An off-grid business or community having the flexibility to redirect unused energy capacity into making fuel fills the gap between constant energy demands and variable energy resources like solar and wind. The Hydrogenus Energy system is one such alternative. This is where hydrogen fuel is produced by splitting water into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas through the process of electrolysis.

* The exajoule (EJ) is equal to one quintillion (1018) joules. The 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan had 1.41 EJ of energy according to its rating of 9.0 on the moment magnitude scale. Yearly U.S. energy consumption amounts to roughly 94 EJ.

Hydrogen is used as an input in oil refining, the production of ammonia and methanol and the manufacture of steel. Current global demand for hydrogen is more than 70 million tons per year.