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Pink H2 Ltd have developed a zero-carbon H2 (hydrogen) production method called Resonant Control Electrolysis.


RCE is many times more energy and cost efficient than Alkaline or PEM electrolysis, enabling the retailing of hydrogen for approximately € 2.50 per kg, whereas H2 produced by existing methods is retailing at  € 10 -15 per kg

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Hydrogen – a key strategy for zero-carbon industrial applications.

Hydrogen is at the core of the climate strategies of China, Japan, California and the EU Green Deal, because it can be used to produce energy for many industrial applications without CO2 emissions and the only emissions are water. However the existing methods of production, transport and storage of H2 are beset with high costs and difficulties in implementation.

How 'green' is green hydrogen production.

Hydrogen is categorized by colours according to the method of production.

Grey hydrogen is produced from natural gas using SMR (steam methane reformation)  is the cheapest method at present, but it emits 7-9 kg's of CO2 per kg of H2.

Blue H2 is produced by SMR with CCS (Carbon Capture & Storage) which can capture up to 90% of the CO2 but CCS drives up the costs. Blue H2 production emits 1.4 - 2 kg's of CO2 per kg of H2.

Green H2 is produced using electrolysis using 100% RE (Renewable Electricity),  but the costs are high, and solar has a large footprint. If the Green H2 production is adjacent to the H2 user, then it is likely to be expensive land.  If the Green H2 production is on cheap land far from industry, then H2 transportation costs are very high. The intermittency of RE supply causes under-utilization of capital equipment which increases costs, and if the electricity is supplemented by grid electricity, then it produces large amounts of CO2 emissions and it is no longer ‘Green’ H2.

'Green' hydrogen produced using the grid in Norway, which has 97% RE, emits 1 kg of CO2 per kg of H2.

'Green' hydrogen produced using RE in the UK, which is supplemented by grid electricity when no RE is available emits 13kg of CO2 per kg of H2.

Pink H2 is always zero-carbon H2.

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