The world is on the move. The turbulence in the energy markets, with a sharp rise in the price of coal, gas and oil, is the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age. At COP26 in Glasgow, it became abundantly clear that, in addition to renewable energies, green hydrogen will bring change.
“At last, the world has caught up to our sense of urgency to fight climate change with green hydrogen,” says Vaitea Cowan, co-founder of electrolyser manufacturer Enapter, which recently achieved several key milestones – and is working at full speed on the mass production of its hydrogen generators.
To make green hydrogen affordable and widely available, the cleantech company relies on its patent-protected technology: Enapter’s anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolysers are as compact as a microwave and can be assembled modularly like Lego building blocks.
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