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Unlocking the Power of Hydrogen

Hydrogen and its derivatives provide decarbonization solutions for industries, transportation, and power generation where electrification isn’t viable.

Transitioning and shifting from fossil fuels to clean energy and clean fuels is essential for global decarbonization efforts. This transition is particularly crucial in industries, transportation, and power generation where electrification isn’t feasible, offering viable alternatives for reducing carbon emissions.

Global Network

At CLG, we pride ourselves on our global network and partnerships within the hydrogen and clean energy sector. With established connections and collaborations worldwide, we are well-equipped to meet all clients’ needs, from hydrogen-to-power solutions, equipment procurement, to hydrogen supply, marketing, project financing, etc. Our network spans across key players in the industry.

What is Hydrogen


Introduction to Hydrogen

Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, holds incredible potential as a clean and versatile energy carrier. In its purest form, hydrogen is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. It can be produced through various methods, including electrolysis of water using renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power, as well as through steam reforming of natural gas or other hydrocarbons.

Applications of Hydrogen

The versatility of hydrogen makes it suitable for a wide range of applications, particularly in the transport industry. Hydrogen fuel cells can power electric vehicles, offering an alternative to traditional fossil fuel-powered cars and trucks. Additionally, hydrogen is used in industries such as aerospace, electronics, and metallurgy, where its properties are indispensable for various processes.

Benefits of Hydrogen

One of the most significant benefits of hydrogen is its potential to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. When used in fuel cells, hydrogen produces electricity with only water and heat as byproducts, eliminating harmful emissions such as carbon dioxide. Moreover, hydrogen can contribute to energy security by diversifying fuel sources and reducing dependence on fossil fuels.

Different Types of Hydrogen

  • Blue Hydrogen: Produced from natural gas with carbon capture and storage to mitigate emissions.
  • Grey Hydrogen: Produced from natural gas without carbon capture, resulting in high emissions.
  • Green Hydrogen: Produced via electrolysis powered by renewable energy sources, resulting in zero emissions.

Hydrogen Solutions – Our Services & Solutions

At CLG, our team is committed to help driving the adoption of hydrogen as a clean energy solution. Through our partners, we offer a comprehensive range of services to support clients in the hydrogen industry, including:

  • Marketing: We provide strategic marketing solutions to promote the adoption of hydrogen technologies and products.
  • Trading: Our trading services facilitate the buying and selling of hydrogen and related products, ensuring efficient market operations.
  • Technology: We offer cutting-edge hydrogen production and storage technologies to enable sustainable and cost-effective solutions.
  • Equipment Sourcing: Our extensive network allows us to source high-quality equipment for hydrogen production, storage, and distribution at a competitive prices.
  • Hydrogen-to-Power: Turnkey solutions for converting hydrogen into electricity through fuel cells, offering a clean energy alternative for electricity generation.
  • Conversion of LNG Plants to Hydrogen: The conversion involves repurposing liquefied natural gas facilities to produce hydrogen through steam methane reforming or electrolysis methods, facilitating the transition towards a low-carbon hydrogen economy.
  • Project Financing: We help clients in securing financing for clean energy projects, leveraging our expertise in project development and investment.

Hydrogen for the Transport Sector

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As the transport sector continues to transition towards a more sustainable future, hydrogen will play an increasingly vital role in powering clean, efficient, and resilient mobility solutions. Through strategic investments in infrastructure, technology development, and collaborative partnerships, the transport industry can harness the full potential of hydrogen to drive innovation and accelerate the transition towards zero-emission transportation.

A Transformative Opportunity

Hydrogen presents a transformative opportunity for the transport sector, offering a clean and sustainable alternative to conventional fossil fuels. Hydrogen fuel cells power electric vehicles (FCEVs) with zero-emission profiles, eliminating harmful pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions associated with traditional combustion engines. Notably, FCEVs address the limitations of battery-electric vehicles by providing rapid refueling times and extended ranges, making them suitable for a wide range of applications, including passenger cars, buses, trucks, and even aviation and maritime vessels.

A key component of sustainable mobility in many Countries

With increasing investments in hydrogen infrastructure and technology development in Europe, USA, Canada, Japan and other Countries, the transport industry is embracing hydrogen as a key component of sustainable mobility strategies, driving innovation and accelerating the transition towards zero-emission transportation solutions.

Hydrogen as Fuel

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Hydrogen is being embraced as a fuel source in various countries, with initiatives ranging from hydrogen-powered vehicles and buses to hydrogen blending in natural gas pipelines for heating and industrial applications. Countries like Japan, South Korea, Germany, and the United States are leading the way in hydrogen adoption, investing in infrastructure and incentives to spur market growth.

Hydrogen fuel is a promising and clean alternative to traditional fossil fuels. In the transport sector, hydrogen fuel cells power vehicles by converting stored hydrogen into electricity, emitting only water vapor and heat as byproducts. This technology offers several benefits, including zero emissions, rapid refueling times, and long driving ranges, making it an attractive option for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change.


Despite its potential for many applications and sectors, challenges remain in terms of infrastructure development and the cost-effectiveness of production and distribution of Hydrogen. Nevertheless, advancements in technology and growing interest in sustainable transportation solutions are driving the expansion of the hydrogen fuel sector, with increasing investment and research efforts aimed at scaling up production and improving efficiency.

Hydrogen is a Clean and Sustainable Fuel

Hydrogen fuel is generally considered a sustainable fuel when produced using renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, or hydropower to power the electrolysis process that separates hydrogen from water. When produced in this manner, often referred to as “green hydrogen” the entire lifecycle of hydrogen fuel (from production to end-use) results in minimal greenhouse gas emissions, making it a sustainable alternative to traditional fossil fuels.

Additionally, hydrogen fuel emits only water vapor and heat when used in fuel cells to generate electricity, further contributing to its reputation as a sustainable fuel. However, it’s important to note that the sustainability of hydrogen fuel depends on the methods used for its production and the environmental impact of its entire supply chain.

Green HydrogenHow is it Produced


Green hydrogen is produced through a process called electrolysis, where an electric current is passed through water (H2O), splitting it into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2). This electricity is typically generated from renewable sources such as wind, solar, or hydroelectric power. Since the entire process is powered by renewable energy, green hydrogen production emits no greenhouse gases, making it a sustainable and environmentally friendly fuel option for various applications.

A Large Green Hydrogen Production Facility


Hydrogen Supply Chain

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The hydrogen supply chain encompasses a complex network of production, storage, transportation, and distribution systems aimed at delivering this versatile energy carrier to end-users. Hydrogen is primarily produced through various methods, including steam methane reforming, electrolysis of water, and gasification of biomass, each with its own set of advantages and challenges. Once produced, hydrogen must be stored efficiently, typically in compressed gas or liquid form, before being transported to end-users via pipelines, trucks, or ships.

Infrastructure development for hydrogen transportation is still in its early stages, with challenges such as ensuring safety, reducing leakage, and minimizing energy losses during transit. At the distribution stage, hydrogen is delivered to a diverse range of applications, including transportation, industrial processes, and power generation. As the demand for clean energy continues to grow, efforts to optimize and expand the hydrogen supply chain are accelerating, driven by technological advancements, policy incentives, and the urgent need to combat climate change.


Hydrogen-to-power solutions represent a transformative opportunity for the industrial sector to mitigate the environmental impact of heavily polluting fuels while enhancing operational efficiency. Leveraging cutting-edge technology, such as advanced fuel cell systems, industrial facilities can seamlessly transition to cleaner energy sources.

Turnkey Power Solutions

These innovative systems enable the direct conversion of hydrogen fuel into electricity through an electrochemical process, emitting only water vapor as a byproduct. By adopting hydrogen-to-power solutions, industrial enterprises can significantly reduce their carbon footprint and reliance on fossil fuels, thereby contributing to environmental sustainability and regulatory compliance.

Modular and Scalable Systems

Furthermore, the inherent scalability and flexibility of these systems empower businesses to tailor energy production to their specific needs, fostering resilience and competitiveness in an increasingly carbon-conscious market landscape.


hydrogen equipment for sale, equipment procurement

The hydrogen industry requires specialized equipment for production, storage, and distribution. Some essential equipment includes:

  • Electrolyzers: These devices split water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity, typically from renewable sources.
  • Hydrogen Storage Tanks: These tanks store hydrogen gas at high pressure or cryogenic temperatures, ensuring safe and efficient storage.
  • Compression and Purification Units: These units compress and purify hydrogen gas to meet quality standards for various applications.
  • Fuel Cells: Fuel cells convert hydrogen into electricity through an electrochemical reaction, powering vehicles and stationary applications.
  • Turnkey Hydrogen-to-Power solutions, etc.

Contact us if you are looking to buy equipment.

Conversion of LNG Plants to Hydrogen

As the demand for clean energy grows, there is increasing interest in repurposing existing infrastructure, such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants, for hydrogen production. LNG plants can be retrofitted to produce hydrogen through steam methane reforming or other methods. This conversion process requires careful planning and investment in new equipment and technologies to ensure efficiency and safety.

Additionally, the conversion of liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants to hydrogen production facilities presents a significant opportunity to leverage existing infrastructure for cleaner energy production.

By repurposing LNG plants, operators can capitalize on established supply chains and infrastructure while contributing to decarbonization efforts by producing hydrogen from low-carbon or renewable sources. This conversion not only aligns with global commitments to reduce emissions but also positions LNG facilities to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving energy landscape, ensuring long-term viability and sustainability.

At CLG, we believe that hydrogen holds a promising future in many Countries as a clean and sustainable energy solution. With its wide range of applications and environmental benefits, hydrogen is poised to play a significant role in the transition to a low-carbon economy. We are helping to unlock the full potential of hydrogen through our innovative services and solutions, driving positive change for the planet and future generations.

Join us in embracing the power of hydrogen and shaping a brighter, greener future.

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