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Green hydrogen gas

Hydrogen, the universe's most abundant element, holds the promise of revolutionizing our energy landscape. Its potential applications span the spectrum, from fueling vehicles (                               ) and powering transportation modes like cars, trains, trucks, and ships to generating electricity and driving industrial processes.

Hydrogen gas production in general:
The current dominant method of hydrogen production involves extracting it from natural gas, but this approach comes with a significant carbon footprint, emitting around 10 tonnes of CO2 for every tonne of hydrogen produced. It's clear that we need a more sustainable alternative, and that's where renewable hydrogen steps in.

Renewable hydrogen is a game-changer. It's produced through a process called electrolysis, which uses electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The key distinction is that this process relies on electricity generated from renewable sources, making it carbon-neutral. The hydrogen can be used across various industries, while the oxygen produced serves as a valuable by-product or can be repurposed elsewhere.

The electrolysis process operates in an electrolyser, essentially functioning in reverse of a fuel cell. Rather than utilising the energy of a hydrogen molecule, it creates hydrogen from water molecules, making it an eco-friendly solution.

However with the patented Lorentz process we enable an even less energy consuming method of hydrogen production through a catalytic effect.

Standard Electrolysis generally require more than 40 kWh to produce one kg hydrogen gas and generates 5.5kg of carbon dioxide.
The LORENTZ process require significantly less and generates 0 kg CO2.

Furthermore, the energy needed for the Lorentz process is all generated from the greatest source, the sun, which makes this method unique. 

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