OUR STRATEGY - LOCAL PRODUCTION FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION
HYDROGEN FROM WATER - THE COAL OF THE FUTURE
Establishing hydrogen as a widely available energy carrier, requires a holistic approach. Hydrogen has been manufactured around the world for decades, used primarily as a component in wider industrial contexts. Maybe most famously as a component of ammonia - a key ingredient in fertilizers. However, it has not really been available for use outside such industrial processes.
This is now changing. Sustainable - preferably green hydrogen - is already increasingly in demand as new technologies are introduced - offering zero-emission - resting on hydrogen as fuel.
NAPOP is introducing complete energy solutions; including zero-emission, hydrogen-powered electricity-providers, along with thermal energy solutions. Early implementation of our products will be an essential driver of hydrogen demand. To synergize early adaption of hydrogen-based zero-emission solutions, we are taking positions in the entire hydrogen value chain, including production and distribution. Our strategy; local production for local consumption.
As hydrogen is a key component of Ammonia, which is the key ingredient in most fertilizers. Almost all commercial-scale ammonia is produced by combining Hydrogen.
With the race to net zero intensifying, businesses face growing pressure to publicize environmental performance and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The journey begins with a well-defined emissions baseline — yet this foundational step can prove to be a challenge, particularly in sectors with significant value chain (Scope 3) emissions.
Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) can play a key role in helping companies define their emissions baseline and pinpoint hotspots throughout the value chain.