One of the newest additions to the hydrogen rainbow and is still to be proven at scale. Turquoise hydrogen is derived through a thermal process known as 'methane pyrolysis' which involves natural gas being passed through a molten metal, resulting in hydrogen and solid carbon.
Brown / Black hydrogen
Produced from burning fossil fuels, mainly lignite (brown) and coal (black). This process has the most potential to leave a lasting impact on our environment as a result of the high harmful carbon dioxide emissions produced in the gasification process.
The future of hydrogen as a mainstream energy source
We’re starting to see the green shoots of the Green Hydrogen Sector taking hold, however in order to make it a mainstream energy source, a dedicated infrastructure needs to be in place and the technology used to generate it must demonstrate both performance and affordability.
At TFP Hydrogen Products we are committed to facilitating the advancement of electrochemical, low carbon technologies, such as PEM water electrolysis, that can be used to generate green hydrogen from renewable energy sources.
For more information on our how our products are helping to reduce the cost green hydrogen visit: https://www.tfphydrogen.com/markets/pem-water-electrolysis