Electrolysis for Green Hydrogen Production


Towards a cleaner, greener future

One of the most common ways of producing green hydrogen is through a process called electrolysis of water. In this process, (renewable) energy is used by an electrolyzer to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Electrolyzers can range in size from small to large-scale, and can be used for a variety of applications, such as for renewable energy storage and buffering or to generate hydrogen for industry feedstock. Currently, the main electrolysis technologies are alkaline and PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane).

Through our ITM Linde Electrolysis (ILE) joint venture, we are one of the world’s leading suppliers of PEM electrolyzer technologies, which means that our customers can rely on us for end-to-end, integrated green H2 solutions.

Watch the video to find out more about Linde's joint venture with ITM Power.


Read more about our electrolysis projects in action around the world.

Shell REFHYNE Project -

Leuna Chemical Complex, Germany -