How is Green Hydrogen produced?
Green Hydrogen is produced from renewable electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen in an electrolyzer. Electrolysis is a process that splits hydrogen from water using an electric current. This reaction takes place in a unit called an electrolyzer.
Electrolyzers can range in size from small, appliance-size equipment that is well-suited for small-scale distributed hydrogen production to large-scale, central production facilities that could be tied directly to renewable or other non-greenhouse-gas-emitting forms of electricity production. Electrolysis itself does not produce any by-products or emissions other than Hydrogen and Oxygen.
Electrolyzes consist of an anode and a cathode separated by an electrolyte. Different electrolyzers function in slightly different ways, mainly due to the different types of electrolyte material involved. The complete system also includes pumps, power electronics, gas separators, and other auxiliary components such as storage tanks.
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Green Hydrogen Projects wherein Onsite Fuel/Heat/Power is needed alternative
to Fossil Fuels.