Solutions for Hydrogen Electrolysis

by | Aug 26, 2022 | Fluid Control & Pneumatics, Sustainability

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Social Marketing Leader

Let’s close the week with a quick 1 ½ minute YouTube video, Hydrogen Electrolyzers | Producing Hydrogen Through Safe and Efficient Electrolyzer Solutions. The video provides look at some of the Emerson technologies that can help in the hydrogen production process from renewable energy sources.

Transcript

Green hydrogen is the most promising alternative fuel for decarbonizing. Not only the transportation industry but many others as well.

As more countries pursue net zero goals, demand for clean green hydrogen gas produced through safe and efficient electrolysis using electrolyzers has been rapidly expanding.

As an expert supplier equipped with a wide range of fluid control devices specifically designed to improve the reliability and safety of electrolyzers, Emerson is uniquely positioned to lead this energy evolution.

Emerson’s wide variety of products have the capability to direct, stop, and allow the flow of hydrogen throughout the electrolysis process, providing you full utility control.

As a global partner for innovation, Emerson can accelerate the efficient adoption of this evolving technology, utilizing best practices to develop safe, cost-effective, and scalable solutions that ensure precise process control, optimized production, and desired purity.

Visit the Hydrogen Fuel Production section on Emerson.com for more on the technologies and solutions to drive safe, reliable, and efficient hydrogen production.

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