Green Hydrogen - tomorrow's fuel for transportation

The road to fossil free trasportation

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Distributed green hydrogen production

Hydrogen is now becoming one of the preferred alternative for zero emissions in the transportation sector.
​By using bio- / natural gas, Agri-e will supply energy (electricity, heat and CO2) to agriculture and other consumers, and produce hydrogen for transportation and industry use.
​Our systems will be placed in connection with farms, greenhouses, agricultural industry and other places with access to gas.
Our solution give's green hydrogen production close to the customer/consumer.
Agri-e will be a strong contributor for solving hydrogen infrastructure, and production volume.

According to the 2018 KPMG Global Automotive Executive Survey.
“Fuel cell electric vehicles have replaced battery electric vehicles as this year’s #1 key trend until 2025”.
“There will not be a single solitary drivetrain technology: Executives project a similar split by 2040 for Battery Electric Vehicle BEVs (26%), Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle FCEVs (25%), Internal Combustion Engine ICEs (25%) and hybrids (24%)”. 
Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Economic Sector
​A hydrogen car is a hybrid where you have a combination of fuel cells and batteries. 
​In the picture below you can see a simplified representation of Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV).

​The advantage is:
same driveline for fuel cells and battery.
-        zero emission.
-        same driving range as for fossil fuel.
-        short refuelling time.  

Hydrogen can be produced from:
-        hydro-, sun- and wind power through electrolyse process.
-        bio- and natural gas through reforming process with carbon capture.

Get more information and facts about hydrogen at: and Hydrogen Consilium