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We are committed to accelerating the global transition to Green Energy

EnHydrogen’s Mission is to contribute to the global energy transition by bringing green hydrogen energy resources to the world. Our vision is to build a cost-effective supply of green hydrogen for the world.

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Green Hydrogen

Green Hydrogen from Renewable Energy Sources - The Transition to a Global Clean Energy Economy

Our Mission is to contribute to the global energy transition by bringing green hydrogen energy resources to the world. To meet this goal, EnHydrogen™ brings together leading experts working to reimagine current hydrogen technology in order to meet the needs of the clean energy transition.

EnHydrogen™ will develop a network of production facilities to create Green Hydrogen that facilitates the market capitalization on the unique qualities of this renewable energy and energy management resources. EnHydrogen’s synergistic business model combines current hydrogen production and delivery systems to costeffectively supply green hydrogen to the world.

We are committed to partnering with a wide variety of domestic and international allies to successfully accomplish our diverse goals and to accelerate the transition to a net zero global clean energy economy powered by green hydrogen.

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The Clean Energy Transition - The Global Wave Toward Decarbonization

EnHydrogen™ is actively involved in the development of innovative solutions towards global decarbonization. The many uses of green hydrogen are an alternative that reduces emissions and leads the way to a zero-carbon future for our planet.

Green hydrogen can be used by the electrical grid as long-duration storage, by industry in treating metals, to decarbonize fertilizer production and reduce agricultural emissions. In the transportation sector, green hydrogen can be used as a long-haul trucking fuel. The number of uses is expanding as the energy markets evolve. It is even the source of power for the breakthrough nuclear fusion. Currently, decarbonizing many of these sectors is either technically challenging or is cost prohibitive.

EnHydrogen™ brings together the leading experts working to reimagine current hydrogen technology to meet the needs of the clean energy transition. Our approach is to bring existing and future game-changing innovative technologies to create state-of-the-art tools to incubate and accelerate renewable solutions and move beyond zero carbon to a circular economy. EnHydrogen™ is growing rapidly, and new partnerships are essential to our mission. We invite you to join us as we work to help make this world a greener and a better place to live.

Renewable Energy Technology

Renewable energy technology is essential to knowledge sharing and technological transfer. Essential technologies such as battery storage systems allow energy from renewables to be stored and released when people, communities, and businesses need power.

Net-Zero Energy System

Net-Zero Energy systems set out a cost-effective and economically productive pathway, resulting in a clean, dynamic, and resilient energy economy dominated by renewables like solar and wind.
Federal buildings must reduce fossil-fuel-generated energy consumption to zero by 2030. Energy produced from zero-emission sources will become the status quo.

Some Facts

Decarbonizing the planet is one of the goals that countries around the world have set for 2050.

The World Energy Council’s common goal policy is trending towards decarbonization and cleaner energy resources that improve the environment at lower overall costs.

Green hydrogen is a versatile energy carrier that can be applied to decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors across industry, transportation, power grids, and buildings.

By 2050, the green hydrogen market could expand to approximately $60-70 billion annually and trigger a cumulative $1.5 - 2.0 trillion in capital investment.

The next step of the global energy transition will be based on the hydrogen economy. Green hydrogen (GH2) and its derivatives will play a vital role in this transition.

To achieve net-zero CO2 emission targets, global hydrogen production needs to rise from about 60 million tons a year to 500-700 million tons by mid-century.

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”

Albert Einstein

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