Low Carbon Devon project, the project's Industrial Research Fellows have collaborated with Devon enterprises, sharing their knowledge and expertise.
The benefits of green hydrogen are clear, but the challenge has always been producing it in a cost-effective and sustainable way. University of Plymouth researcher, Jonathan Bloor, has supported Hydrostar with the development of a novel electrolyser design to produce green hydrogen more efficiently and cost-effectively than other methods.
Green hydrogen is produced through the process of electrolysis. This process involves splitting water molecules into their component parts of hydrogen and oxygen, using an electrical current produced by renewable energy sources.