We rely on H2.
The energy needs of the ever faster growing world population are becoming a major challenge in the face of increasingly obvious climate change.
In order to limit the progress of global warming, the Paris Climate Agreement defines the goal of limiting global warming to two degrees by the year 2100 compared to 1990.
To achieve this, the industrialised countries must achieve CO2 neutrality by 2050. This reduction must begin immediately.
This means that the energy supply must be switched to renewable energies from the sun, wind and water.
Not only electricity generation, but also the transport, heating and industry sectors must achieve CO2 neutrality.
As an energy carrier, green hydrogen is a central building block on the path to climate neutrality and thus an excellent alternative to fossil fuels.
The great potential of green hydrogen is to comprehensively couple the sectors of electricity generation, transport, heat and industry. This makes it possible to create a sustainable energy system.
Years ago, BeOne built up considerable expertise in fuel cell development projects (APAWAGS and FUCAP).
Today, we combine our competences in engineering and process digitalisation for the implementation of the necessary sector coupling.
We are happy to advise and support you in implementing your environmental contribution for the future.