Local energy .
In order to generate completely green hydrogen (with zero C02 emissions across the entire value chain), Lhyfe deploys a building-block solution which is directly connected to natural and renewable sources of energy, like wind power, photovoltaic energy, hydraulic power, solid biomass production, biogas, geothermal energy, and more.
We are developing tailor-made solutions, based on the renewable local sources of energy available within each area or Region.
Water electrolysis .
To produce our hydrogen, we use two main sources of energy: wind and water. Both of these natural resources allow us to fuel our production process and generate hydrogen while emitting only oxygen – that means zero CO2
H2 + O2
Local Energy Distribution
Local Energy Distribution .
Once our hydrogen has been produced and compressed – we’re talking a few hundred kilograms per day –, we deliver it locally and in just the right amounts to match the needs of each area and its users (gas stations, bus depots, etc.). Lhyfe Hydrogen can power all types of industries, vehicles or machines, including small cars, light commercial vehicles, buses, dump trucks, lorries, forklifts, and more.
Clean Fuel .
Our hydrogen is a fuel which emits no CO2, neither during production nor combustion. Lhyfe therefore makes it possible to use a clean fuel made from renewable and not fossil resources.
Our offshore solution ("island mode") .
Lhyfe has developed a solution designed for connection to all kinds of available renewable energies so it can produce green hydrogen from existing sustainable resources.
Thanks to Lhyfe, local authorities and industrial customers can start their energy transition towards green hydrogen now.
To add to the existing onshore facilities and provide a solution for growing demand, we are already working at Lhyfe on developing the offhsore integration of our industrial process. The hydrogen produced at sea will be transferred ashore for delivery to points of use.
The oxygen produced from our process is intended to be reinjected into ecosystems which, because of global warming, polluting industries and their effects, are increasingly depleted of oxygen. This is the ultimate ambition of Lhyfe.