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Nicolas Marti

How Automation Can Help End Users and Device Manufacturers Scale Up the Clean Hydrogen Economy

How Automation Can Help End Users and Device Manufacturers Scale Up the Clean Hydrogen Economy

Hydrogen fuel technology has reached a stage where it is past the prototype phase, and the industry is now looking to scale up. The fuel cell market, for instance, is forecast to grow at a robust 45.3% compound annual growth rate between 2022 and 2029, with projections of a market value reaching $17.88 billion. However, the potential growth of the industry is not guaranteed. There is still much work to be done, including increasing fueling stations and reducing the cost of producing green hydrogen. To mitigate risks and help hydrogen technology mature, strong partnerships between innovators and automation experts are needed. Automation experts can help hydrogen OEMs and end-users scale up capacity to meet market demands, keep projects on time and in budget, monitor hydrogen application performance, and ensure safety in volatile environments. With the help of automation experts, the hydrogen market can scale up and make a significant contribution towards achieving ambitious climate goals.

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