ILIOFOS Ready for Green Hydrogen, ready for a Zero-carbon electronauts

A Powerful Renewable Energy Source

Hydrogen is the lightest element and at standard conditions hydrogen is a gas with formula H2. The simplest and most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen, packs a lot of energy - more than natural gas or oil on a mass basis.
It’s a cleaner, more flexible energy carrier and is always combined with other elements. There are different ways to produce hydrogen, some more environmentally friendly than others. One method of producing this zero-carbon fuel can be done by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable resources—this is called green hydrogen.

Pure energy carrier creates energy change

Even though hydrogen is an invisible gas, we usually use three colours with reference to how hydrogen is produced.

Grey hydrogen: Grey hydrogen is formed from burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) without capture of greenhouse gasses which is a biproduct in the process. Grey hydrogen is the most common way of producing hydrogen today, however this production creates large emissions and are not environmentally friendly.

Blue hydrogen: Blue hydrogen is produced in steam reforming (chemical reaction between hydrocarbons and fossil fuels) of coal, oil and natural gas. In the process, hydrogen is generated in addition to carbon dioxide. Blue hydrogen can be described as "low-carbon hydrogen", but the formation of greenhouse gases is not avoided, and it is necessary to capture and store these gases.

Green hydrogen: Green hydrogen is produced through electrolysis (electrochemical reaction to divide water into hydrogen and oxygen) of renewable energy sources, such as hydro, solar or wind power. This is a zero emission alternative to grey hydrogen and carbon capture or storage is not necessary as with the blue hydrogen.

Our goal is to replace grey hydrogen and blue hydrogen with the more environmentally friendly alternatives. Green hydrogen is often called "pure hydrogen", since it is produced from processes that basically do not emit any greenhouse gases. ILIOFOS focuses on an efficient and scalable production of green hydrogen, which leads to a more innovative use of hydrogen.
Green hydrogen has a key role to play in the global energy transition by helping to diversify energy sources worldwide, as well as foster business and technological innovation. Its unique properties make it a powerful enabler for the energy transition, with benefits for both the energy system and end-use applications like industrial, transport, and heat generation.

Wind and solar coupled with battery storage is an excellent choice to power the green hydrogen production process but also his final usage. ILIOFOS brings the expertise and capabilities to help customers develop these hybrid energy projects including hydrogen production system design, storage and finally, advanced hardware and software to use it as electric power. With our focus on production,on storage, ease of installation, and repowering applications, we work with our customers to reduce or optimize the Levelized Cost of green hydrogen for their specific operation.

What is green hydrogen used for?

First and foremost, more efficient production of green hydrogen will lead to decarbonisation of various sectors such as industry, mobility and energy storage.


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For industrial processes hydrogen is seen as a replacement of conventional energy sources.
Most industrial processes uses energy, and hydrogen as an energy carrier is seen as a powerful replacement for environmentally unfriendly energy sources such as natural gas, oil and coal. Green hydrogen is the zero emission alternative.



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Hydrogen cars are not a rarity, but the habit on the Greek seas and streets and the international mobile sector is constantly expanding the supply of hydrogen-powered vehicles. Both the private sector and public institutions have begun to decarbonise their modes of transport. Innovations have recently also reached heavy commercial vehicles such as trucks and ships.

Energy storage

Green hydrogen is on of the solutions to our major energy problems. When the wind is not blowing, there is no wind energy available; when the sun is not shining there is no solar energy available. Green hydrogen, which is made from solar, wind, or hydropower, is a way to store excess energy and use it when there is a need for it.

Innovation sector around green hydrogen

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Greece has not been good in recent years in increasing green hydrogen production. The reduced cost of green hydrogen production, with the use of renewable energy sources, in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, can give pure green hydrogen a unique impetus to the golden industries of our country such as shipping. Turning to renewable energy creates greater opportunities to produce cheaper green hydrogen.

Moving The World To A Green Energy Future

Today, ILIOFOS is at the forefront of tackling the challenge of affordable, acceptable and sustainable green hydrogen production. We are a leading provider of solutions that can offer complete solutions of green hydrogen to electric boats, vehicles, industries. Our portfolio gives us the scale, scope and ability to help our customers meet key challenges such as the production of green hydrogen, its storage and ultimately its conversion into energy and its use in an ongoing process. We work with our customers to reduce or optimize the cost of green hydrogen for their specific operation.

Today, we can produce the necessary power that fuel cells need. With one of the most environmentally friendly portfolios in the industry, we work with you to offer the scale, scope and technology required to implement green hydrogen production projects and their use. With all our solutions, whether its production, conversion of green hydrogen into energy, or the required operating software, or the end of the integration of the required batteries, we try to supply the world with at least one new generation of sailors, that of green electronauts .