Hydrogen

The production of Hydrogen (H2) can be carried out using numerous sources, the most used are from fossil fuels, biomass and renewable energies. However, the production of hydrogen using fossil fuels emits various polluting gases, being preferable the production of hydrogen using renewable energy.

Although biomass is a renewable energy source, it is not exempt from the release of CO2 when used. For the production of hydrogen to be considered "clean", it is possible to opt for other available sources such as hydroelectric, solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, wind and geothermal energies.

Green hydrogen can be obtained through the electrolysis of water, a process that separates hydrogen molecules from those of oxygen, using electricity from renewable sources, allowing to produce energy without emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Hydrogen can be converted to usable energy through direct combustion in combustion engines or turbines and through electrochemical processes in fuel cells.

The production of green hydrogen can play a key role in reaching the Carbon Neutrality targets by 2050 that many countries have adhered to.

DDN supports its customers in the process of drawing up an energy efficiency plan using this technology, as well as drawing up a cost saving and return on investment plan.

With the analysis of the feasibility of the project, DDN will support the realization of the financing process, licensing and respective monitoring of the tender process, execution and maintenance phase.