INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN & GIRLS IN SCIENCE: An interview with Sue Corah

We're delighted to introduce Sue Corah, a Research Scientists at our TFP Hydrogen and EFT Divisions based in Schenectady, U.S.A. Sue’s passion for chemistry was sparked during her internship with General Electric Company (GE), propelling her on a four-decade journey marked by a commitment to making a difference.

Reducing the Cost of Green Hydrogen: Every Microvolt Counts

A Q&A with Dr. David Hodgson

UK Hydrogen Week

Find out about UK Hydrogen Week and the critical role that hydrogen will play in accelerating the global energy transition.

How Flow Batteries Can Offer a More Sustainable Future

We explore how flow batteries are charging ahead within energy storage markets, helping to power a cleaner, greener future.

The Process of PEM Electrolysers and the Benefits of Them

Sustainability is crucial to our planet's future, and hydrogen is key to renewable energy, but how is it created?

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Hydrogen Rainbow Explained

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, however, it does not exist on its own and is produced from a broad range of sources - some of which are kinder to the planet than others.

Green Hydrogen: Enabling the Drive to Net Zero

Its ability to convert, store and transport energy derived from other sustainable sources, such as wind and solar power, while producing zero emissions makes green hydrogen a valuable solution in the global energy transition.

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