FRIEM sustains the deployment of green Hydrogen production
A pillar for carbon neutrality
Tackling climate changes and reducing CO2 emissions have captured a global high level of attention. Diverse conversations in almost all countries about hydrogen’s role in the future of energy are ongoing. Worldwide governments are keenly interested in ways of reducing the net emissions of greenhouse gasses and to develop a national strategy able to ensure security, economic development and energy access.
The number of countries around the world analysing the current state of play of the hydrogen and investing in research and pilot projects, are expanding rapidly.
Sectors like industry and refinery which use around 75 million tons per year of hydrogen, are associated with large CO2 emissions, due to the use of conventional sources like hydrocarbon to produce the gas.
Therefore, supplying hydrogen to industrial users is now a major business around the world. As the hydrogen value chain touches upon many different types of manufacturing sectors and technologies, support investment in the hydrogen technologies to develop technical expertise to reinforce skills and capacities is fundamental.
How does FRIEM sustain the Hydrogen production?
FRIEM makes available its know-how and technology in energy conversion to technical and scientific projects focused on the development of the Hydrogen supply chain, actively partnering with the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance and in Italy with H2IT, (both supporting the EU’s commitment to reach carbon neutrality by 2050). Moreover, FRIEM contributes in European research projects such as EveryWh2ere.
FRIEM produces high quality power conversion units for hydrogen electrolysis process (power to gas) and solutions for fuel cells energy generation (gas to power). Since 1950, FRIEM has always replied to the specific need of converting energy to supply new processes evolved from the industrial innovation, and continues sustaining a clean future for next generations.