Green hydrogen can play a vital role in decarbonizing the economy and enabling countries to reach net-zero emissions. The economics of producing green hydrogen from electrolysis are maturing as developers scramble to meet expected future demand. Everoze partner Nicolas Chouleur and Neoen hydrogen expert Sacha Lepoutre discuss a case study that shows how stacking different revenue streams could improve the economics of renewable energy projects.
At Everoze, we see low carbon Hydrogen as a highly versatile ‘silver bullet’ for hard to decarbonise sectors, offering an important contribution to our Net Zero future
David Thomason is going to work on assessing the various ways floating wind energy can be used without relying on the national grid. Read the his blog explaining it all.
Everoze was proud to add our signature to the recent Renewable Hydrogen Coalition letter to the European Commission and wanted to set out our views on the role of grid connected electrolysis. In his latest article, Everoze Partner David Woodhead discusses our reasons why.