Implementation of hydrogen energy projects

At present, hydrogen is widely used in some industries in the world, but it has not yet realized its full potential. The economic indicators of projects based on hydrogen technologies often remain below the investment attractiveness, but this situation may change in the future. Avenston is carefully studying the existing business models in the world, and we intend to develop this direction in the future.

To overcome existing barriers and wider adoption of this technology, targeted legal support mechanisms are needed. One of the possible incentives for a faster and wider distribution of hydrogen-based solutions in Ukraine may be the need to urgently solve the problem of storing electricity generated by solar power plants. This task, subject to effective government support, can be solved, among other things, with the help of hydrogen technologies.

Avenston analyzes the possibilities of using hydrogen in the fields of transport, energy and industry, with a focus on the prospects for introducing hydrogen technologies into projects using renewable energy sources. In the future, the company plans to take part in the implementation of projects related to the introduction of hydrogen energy technologies. Avenston considers its participation both as a technical consultant and is ready to provide comprehensive engineering support in the implementation of such projects. We are open for cooperation and are ready to consider any form of cooperation in this area.

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