Green Hydrogen at Scale
Hydrogen Optimized develops and commercializes innovative large-scale Green Hydrogen production systems targeted to high-growth markets.
Our groundbreaking RuggedCell™ high-current water electrolysis system is designed to deliver low-cost, Green Hydrogen at the scale needed for the world’s largest industrial applications.
The two companies to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to make green hydrogen a financially feasible option for customers across industries. View the Full Press Release→
Hydrogen Optimized Takes Key Step to Supply Largest Segment of Fast-Growing Green Hydrogen Market with New Development and Manufacturing Facility
Facility will accelerate commercialization of company’s RuggedCell large-scale Green Hydrogen production systems, targeting an overall Green Hydrogen market forecasted at $10 trillion by 2050… Continue reading →
As a sustainable energy conversion company, Hydrogen Optimized enables the production of Green Hydrogen from green electricity and the transformation of heavy fossil fuel-use industries into sustainability leaders. Our patent-pending RuggedCell™ electrolysers convert renewable electricity such as solar and wind power into Green Hydrogen for major industrial applications at a significantly lower cost than other water electrolysers in the marketplace today.
Large-scale Green Hydrogen is ideal for major industrial, chemical, utility and transportation applications as well as energy end-users. Together these applications represent the largest segment of an overall addressable Green Hydrogen market that Goldman Sachs forecasts could reach $12 trillion by 2050.
The technology developed by Hydrogen Optimized is built on a legacy of hydrogen expertise and innovation that extends through four generations of the founding Stuart family. The advancements captured in the RuggedCell design represent a fundamentally different approach to electrolysers that are not found in other electrolysis technology today.
To become the first Green Hydrogen company to sell 10 GW of water electrolysis systems.