Why Hydrogen

Hydrogen is the most abundant molecule in the universe and the lightest element in the periodic table. Our world depends on hydrogen in its various forms for everything we use, whether that be water (H2O) or hydrocarbons like natural gas (CH4) or even fertilisers for our food (NH3). The creation of hydrogen from abundant renewable energy is transformative for the worlds ability to fight climate change. When hydrogen is combined with oxygen it releases energy (heat and electric, depending on the technology used) and pure water. Nothing else. Hydrogen is extremely versatile. It can be used to power systems from a few watts (a phone or radio) to multi-MW units (several 1,000 homes or large factories), or used as a transport fuel to power cars, buses, trucks, trains and increasingly ships and aviation.

Crucially hydrogen can also provide a zero emission heating solution, allowing industry to transition away from natural gas, coal and other fossil fuels. At Protium we believe that hydrogen will be essential to the decarbonisation story of the 21st century and we are here to assist that transition. For further knowledge on the world of hydrogen, our founder is a Co-Host of the “Everything about Hydrogen” podcast that can be found on itunes, spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.

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This podcast is designed to focus on specific applications and live examples of projects, companies and products that are using hydrogen and fuel cells today to provide clean energy solutions. It features discussions around business models, market segments, some aspects of hydrogen/fuel cell costs/economics and policy considerations that can affect hydrogen.

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