What is the difference between carbon, low-carbon, or renewable hydrogen? How is this energy manufactured? In which sectors (industry, transport, distribution…) can hydrogen be used?
Here are some keys to a better understanding of what hydrogen is, what it is used for, and why we are convinced it is an energy of the future!
Published the 26/07/2022
How can we reduce the transportation carbon footprint? – FNTR interview
The French National Road Haulage Federation (FNTR) anticipates the major changes to come in this sector. Among the many challenges to overcome is the energy transition to reduce the transportation carbon footprint.
Published the 12/07/2022
Hydrogen production: from the creation of the molecule to its use
To fully understand the production of our renewable hydrogen, what better way to follow the path of hydrogen production, from the extraction of the molecule to its use? Follow the path of this energy vector that does not produce CO2.
Published the 07/07/2022
From renewable hydrogen to carbon-hydrogen: a gas whose carbon footprint varies
When we talk about hydrogen, it would be more accurate to talk about the different forms of hydrogen. According to its production method, hydrogen can be more or less clean because the production processes of this molecule vary. That is why we speak of renewable, carbon-free, or carbonated hydrogen (or green, blue or grey hydrogen). But what is it really about?