IF YOU SAY THE SKY IS BLUE …
AND THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT …

THEN HYDROGEN HAS TO BE …

green.

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HY2GEN AG

SHAPING The Green Hydrogen Market

Founded in 2017,  Hy2gen AG aims to become the worldwide largest producer of green hydrogen by 2020. Hy2gen AG develops and operates globally production sites, to secure a decentralized supply of carbon free hydrogen. Taking into account the energy price, market demand, logistics and political environment, Hy2gen AG delivers stable green hydrogen supply at competitive pricing.

PLANT LOCATIONS & WORLDWIDE DELIVERY

Hy2gen AG is the first mover for commercial production and distribution of green hydrogen to a broad range of clients. The company delivers carbon free green hydrogen at required quality levels. Starting from 2020, it will access international markets via different locations in Canada, Australia, Norway, Georgia where project developments are in progress.

Hydrogen  Hydrogen

What is the Substancial

Difference?

GReY Hydrogen
  • Negative CO2 footprint due to fossil resources.

  • Produced mostly via thermic conversion (gas, oil, coal), or “grey“ electricity.

  • Big industrial production facilities needed.

  • Production usually built close to industrial client, not for trading.

Blue Hydrogen
  • Using CO2 Emission Certificates
    to wash Grey Hydrogen , e.g. pressing CO2 into caverns.

  • Negative CO2 footprint due to fossil resources (same as “grey hydrogen“).

  • Produced mostly via thermic conversion (gas, oil, coal), or “grey“ electricity.

  • A commodity in the near future.

Carbon Free Green Hydrogen 
  • Generated via electrolysis using 100% renewable electricity.
  • Meeting industry standards with risk-free production (OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001).
  • Flexibility of production sizes, from small/local to centralised industrial facilities.
  • A commodity at competitive price in the near future.

 

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