We manufacture and commission the world’s most powerful electrolyzers for critical industries to produce the lowest cost green hydrogen
Green hydrogen has historically been inhibited by the high cost of electrolyzers
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. When produced using electrolyzers, devices that split water with renewable electricity, hydrogen is a no emissions replacement for fossil fuels.
OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM HEAVY INDUSTRY AND INFRASTRUCTURE
LARGEST CO2 EMITTER IN THE WORLD IF HYDROGEN WERE A COUNTRY
Electric Hydrogen was founded to make green hydrogen cost-competitive
We took a fresh approach to the design and scale of electrolyzers. We build a “stack” of electrolysis “cells” that produces hydrogen at a transformational low cost versus today’s available technology.
Our approach is a 100MW complete solution for lowest cost hydrogen
This innovation in the electrolyzer enables us to offer the solution that produces the lowest cost of hydrogen: Electric Hydrogen's 100MW complete plant product. It is orders of magnitude larger than the units from competitors.
We engineer, assemble, and sell complete electrolyzer plants from a factory
A 100MW electrolyzer plant is built and commissioned in about three months. Today’s technology is typically less than 5MW and takes twice as long from delivery to commissioning.
PRODUCTION COSTS TO ACHIEVE PRICE PARITY TO FOSSIL-FUEL HYDROGEN
REDUCTION IN TOTAL PROJECT INSTALLED COSTS AND LCOH
Electric Hydrogen is making it economical for industries to decarbonize at speed and scale
The climate challenge is critical, and Electric Hydrogen is making it economic for industries like fertilizer, ammonia, steel, chemicals, and fuels to decarbonize at speed and scale on a timeline that matters.
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