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Pioneering the Future of Green Hydrogen Production - December 2023

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Green Hydrogen

A sustainable form of hydrogen gas produced using renewable energy sources, such as wind or solar power, to power the electrolysis of water. This process splits water into hydrogen and oxygen, and since it uses renewable energy, it results in zero greenhouse gas emissions, making it an environmentally friendly energy source.

Water Electrolyser Technology

A technology used to produce hydrogen by electrolysis of water. An electric current is passed through water, splitting it into hydrogen and oxygen gases. This technology is key in producing hydrogen for various applications, including energy storage and as a fuel source. 

AEMWE (Anion Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysis)

A type of water electrolysis technology that uses an anion exchange membrane. This membrane allows the passage of negatively charged ions (anions) and is used to efficiently produce hydrogen and oxygen from water without the need for expensive and rare catalysts.

CRM (Critical Raw Materials)

Materials that are crucial for the economy and have a high risk associated with their supply. CRMs are typically used in the manufacture of high-tech devices, green technologies, and other important industrial applications. Their scarcity or geopolitical constraints on supply can pose risks to economic security and technological progress.

PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances)

A large group of man-made chemicals that include PFOA, PFOS, GenX, and many other substances. PFAS are used in a wide range of consumer products for their water- and oil-resistant properties. They are known for being environmentally persistent, meaning they do not break down easily, leading to concerns about environmental and human health impacts.