How can we operate more sustainably? This is a question many families, companies, and nations are asking today. Green hydrogen is one important solution to the worlds need for clean and safe energy. That’s why we are proud to support the Green Hydrogen Coalition.
“As a family-owned company, we see the importance of responsible corporate management and know we have a part to play,” says Marcon.
So what is green hydrogen and why does it matter?
The GHC defines green hydrogen as, “Hydrogen produced from non-fossil-fuel feedstocks and emits zero or de minimis* greenhouse gas emissions on a lifecycle basis.” It can be produced using renewable energy sources, through means such as electrolysis. Hydrogen fuel has been referred to as the “Swiss Army Knife” for hard-to-decarbonize industrial sectors such as agriculture, steel manufacturing, and cement production, and even aviation. Since it’s only byproduct is water, oxygen, and heat, it’s considered a clean energy source.
Who is the GHC?
The GHC is the only 501c3 educational nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing green hydrogen adoption at scale. As a Champion Circle sponsor of the GHC, we plan to help build top-down momentum for scalable projects that leverage multi-sector opportunities to simultaneously scale supply and demand.
Founded in 2019, their work entails education, coalition building and market development with the mission to “facilitate policies and practices to advance the production and use of green hydrogen in all sectors where it will accelerate the transition to a carbon free energy system.”
“Sustainability is deeply rooted in our company culture,” says Cory Marcon, Power and Energy Industry Manager, Endress+Hauser. “We are proud to support the mission of the GHC as it closely aligns with our company brand and core values. As one of the pioneers in developing cutting edge technologies, our product portfolio supports online measurement of quantity and quality parameters in the hydrogen production, storage, transportation, and end-use processes.”
Learn more about the GHC!