The GreenH2UB is a hydrogen factory that, through electrolysis, converts sustainably produced energy from wind and solar farms into green hydrogen. It involves the conversion of pure water with electrons (kWh) into clean green hydrogen molecules.
After compression, hydrogen can be stored and delivered on time to the mobility sector (FC-trucks, FC-cars, public buses, inland vessels, etc.), industry, or the built environment.
GreenH2UBs will be built near onshore renewable energy production, highways, and industry. Next to grid stations with limited capacity, the GreenH2UBs can provide a long-term and sustainable solution. As-well as in municipalities where the deployment of green hydrogen is part of the heat vision.
GreenH2UB: design Djura Sjoerds (2020, Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences)