Emerson’s Nicolas Marti joins Jim Cahill in this Emerson Automation Experts podcast to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities in the fuel cell manufacturing process.
An Upstream Energy Explored article, World’s first offshore green hydrogen project on working platform shares a novel way of using an existing offshore oil & gas platform to produce hydrogen and transport it in existing pipelines.
I caught a presentation by Ana Gonzalez Hernandez, who is leading Emerson’s Environmental Sustainability programs globally across Emerson. She opened noting some of the key characteristics of this promising decarbonization solution: hydrogen is the most abundant molecule in the universe, it is the lightest element and so has low energy density per unit volume; it is a non-toxic, non-metallic, odorless, colorless and a highly combustible diatomic gas.
In the Google translation of the article, Energy carriers of the future: How companies benefit from hydrogen, Emerson’s Jörg Brahm notes there are challenges to overcome for widespread use as an energy source.
In an Energy Engineering article, Digital twin technology transforms hydrogen production, Emerson’s Loic Charbonneau explains how digital twin technology is helping to scale up industrial PEM electrolysis hydrogen production.
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