Clean energies will be essential for meeting the agreed mile-stones on the way to zero-emissions until 2050. Hydrogen has a major role to play, particularly for harder-to-abate emissions coming from the mobility and industrial sectors. Scaling green hydrogen will require a strong investment in enabling infrastructures and technology all along the supply chain, encompassing renewable energy production systems, electrolysers, transport and storage infrastructures as well as fuel cell efficiency.
Safety issues for all new technologies and especially H2 need to be addressed early, in order to help technology acceptance and deployment. It requires cross-industry collaboration to accelerate the development of clean H2, ensuring its role as a cornerstone for a climate-neutral energy system by 2050.
Our consultants have been engaged in numerous H2 projects and consortiums that aim at unlocking the tremendous potential of green hydrogen in various industries. As part of Airbus’ ZEROe initiative, we are supporting the building of a safe and secure H2 supply-chain. Through modeling and analysis of H2 and LH2 phenomena, we help leading energy companies and start-ups in building safe and sustainable hydrogen systems, facilities and infrastructures.