Frequently Asked Questions

What is hydrogen?

Hydrogen is the simplest, lightest, and most abundant atom on the planet.
The term hydrogen is commonly used to refer to the dihydrogen (H2) molecule which is composed of 2 atoms of hydrogen.

It is usually combined with other atoms, for example in water (H2O), or in hydrocarbons such as methane (CH4).

It can be used in industry (to capture sulphur and carbon) to produce ammonia and manufacture fertiliser, as well as in the mobility sector as an energy carrier for vehicles.