Sustainable Energy Transition
GREEN HYDROGEN, the world’s most abundant and lightest element, has a wide range of industrial applications, from refining to petrochemicals to steel manufacturing. Made from electrolysis to split water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity from renewable energy, green hydrogen is emissions free.
GREEN AMMONIA is a pungent gas, that is widely used to make agricultural fertilizers, and it is also being used by many industries including power generation. A green Ammonia production involves a process which is 100% renewable and carbon-free. The production of green ammonia could offer further options in the transition to net-zero carbon dioxide emissions.
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A sustainable energy transition is a driver of positive change
Reaching net-zero emission targets by 2050 requires an accelerated energy transition with renewable energy at its core.
Renewables do not emit greenhouse gas emissions or other air pollutants during operation. Even when accounting for the total carbon footprint over their whole life cycle, renewables far outperform coal, oil, and gas.