Founded in 2007, Green Hydrogen systems is dedicated to providing our customers with green hydrogen at cost parity with brown, grey and blue.
We combine ultra-efficient, standardized and modular electrolysis technology with an on-site production approach to bring affordable green hydrogen to producers of hydrogen fueling stations, those requiring hydrogen in power-to-X installations, industrial facilities and more. In addition to removing the cost barrier to green hydrogen, our local-production model promotes greater energy independence.
With several commercial installations already operating in Northern Europe, we are aggressively scaling our operations, backed by growing revenue and a major investment from Nordic Alpha Partners, granted in the Fall of 2019.
Green Hydrogen Systems Electrolysers Chosen for a Pioneering Green Hydrogen Production Project in Germany
Green Hydrogen Systems Receives Its First UK Order for a Green Hydrogen Production Project
Green Hydrogen Systems Gears up for the Rising Demand with Brand New Production Facilities
Ørsted Chooses Green Hydrogen Systems’ Electrolysers for Pivotal Wind-to-hydrogen Demo Project
Siemens Gamesa Chooses Green Hydrogen Systems as Electrolysis Partner
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