Globally, the demand for Green Hydrogen is expected to grow exponentially given its multi-fold benefits.
Replacing Grey Hydrogen with Green Hydrogen will reduce the consumption of fossil fuel and lower oil and natural gas imports.
Green Hydrogen production as well as combustion involves zero carbon emissions.
Water and electricity are the only input for production of Green Hydrogen.
Renewable power, including solar and wind, has achieved cost parity with fossil fuel in many countries.
The only hydrogen produced in a carbon-neutral manner, it is created by using surplus renewable energy through the method of electrolysis.
Pink hydrogen is produced by the method of electrolysis using nuclear power.
A relatively cleaner form of hydrogen, it is made through electrolysis using solar power.
While creating Blue hydrogen, the carbon generated from steam reforming is captured and stored underground.
Most environmentally damaging, brown hydrogen is made from fossil fuels through the process of gasification.
Most common form of hydrogen, grey hydrogen is created using steam methane reformation but without capturing the greenhouse gases generated in the process.