A hydrogen electrolyzer is a device that uses electricity to split water molecules (H2O) into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) gas through a process called electrolysis.
Hydrogen electrolyzers can be powered by a variety of sources, including renewable energy sources like wind and solar power. When powered by renewable energy, hydrogen produced by electrolysis can be considered a clean and sustainable energy source.
Hydrogen electrolyzers have a wide range of applications, including energy storage, transportation, and industrial processes. For example, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles use hydrogen as a fuel source, and industrial processes like ammonia production can use hydrogen as a feedstock.