Hanwha advancing green hydrogen production

Hanwha Group wants to create a complete value chain for the green hydrogen industry – one that encompasses everything from production to storage, delivery and utilisation.

The South Korean company is currently developing its own water electrolysis technology, which generates an electric current without any harmful emissions, producing only clean, green hydrogen energy.

Simply put, water electrolysis involves passing an electric current through water to separate it into its two base elements: hydrogen and oxygen.

To help make green hydrogen storage safer and more efficient, Hanwha has developed its own Type-4 high-pressure hydrogen fuel tanks, which utilise an ultralight composite material that combines a carbon fiber composite with a high-density polymer liner.

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