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The Future of Zero Emission Green Hydrogen.

The Green Hydrogen System

The system has been developed by Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2 ) a UK company that has developed and patented a membrane-free
electrolysis system for the production of Green Hydrogen.  This novel and industrialised system uses cryogenic cooling to separate
the hydrogen from the oxygen, and they have chosen AFCryo to supply the cooling power.

The two technologies combine to offer reliable and efficient production over a guaranteed 25-year life, resulting in the lowest net cost of
production in the market.  Both the hydrogen and oxygen are produced at high purity, therefore, offer two potential revenue streams.

Why Hydrogen

Hydrogen is a viable solution to the global decarbonization challenge.  The cost of low-carbon and/or renewable hydrogen production
is predicted to fall drastically by up to 60 percent over the coming decade. This can be attributed to the falling costs of renewable electricity
generation, scaling up of electrolyser manufacturing, and development of lower-cost carbon storage facilities. In some use cases, hydrogen
can already outcompete other low-carbon and conventional alternatives.

PEM vs. Membrane Free

Our Membrane Free Electrolysis system is significantly more reliable and affordable than systems with Membranes.

Hydrogen Electrolysis Methods

The Green Hydrogen Production System

The Green Hydrogen Production System

Twin Revenue Streams

Using the Membrane Free Electrolysis system allows for two sources of revenue from both hydrogen and oxygen, unlike PEM systems.
This can offset the return of the investment and become a potential revenue stream.


AFCryo/ CPH2 system produces Green Hydrogen and is available now!


  • It’s a modular, relocatable system without extensive infrastructure costs
  • It’s produced from the electrolysis of water inside a containerized system
  • It’s safe, it’s simple, and easy to use
  • It can be located in the workplace for convenient anytime refuelling of vehicles
  • It’s a plug and play system that simply requires power and water supply
  • It’s low maintenance and fully maintained with a 25-year guarantee
  • It’s a pay for what you use model or you can purchase the asset outright
  • It’s very competitive pricing
  • It produces both Oxygen and Hydrogen which allows for two commercial revenue streams
  • It’s convenient, it’s safe, it’s easy to use, it’s cost-effective and it’s available now
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Brown: created by hydrocarbon-rich feedstock, such as fossil fuel, methane, coal. Creates as much CO2
as burning the fuel in the first place.
Blue: basically brown, but the CO2 created is then captured, and this must then be permanently stored
somehow (a significant disadvantage).
Green: uses 100% renewable energy to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The oxygen output
is also a key benefit of this process, with oxygen production being 8 times the mass of hydrogen produced.
Hydrogen has similar safety requirements to natural gas (methane), and all modern hydrogen fuel cells, storage containers, and vehicles are designed with safety in mind for storage, transportation and refuelling.
You can convert it to electricity using a fuel cell, and then power cars, ships, planes etc.
It can be added to natural gas and burnt in thermal power or district heating plants.
You can use it as a precursor for other energy carriers, from ammonia to synthetic fuels.
Hydrogen refuelling is similar to refuelling with CNG. Simply drive up and refuel in a matter of minutes.
No significant downtime like EV.
1kg for approximately 110 km.
Around 8kgs for approximately 100km.
Hydrogen itself is 8 times lighter than a battery. So it depends on how you store it. For personal vehicles, hydrogen will have a similar weight, but a faster recharge/refuel time. However, in large commercial vehicles that need a long-range hydrogen becomes a much lighter alternative.
Hydrogen has 8 times more usable energy than diesel for the same weight.