A key alternative fuel focus is our commitment to investing in 'green' hydrogen technologies, which through a process known as electrolysis, uses electricity generated from renewable sources to produce zero-emissions hydrogen by splitting water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen.
Once produced, the hydrogen can be used for a variety of industrial, agricultural and transportation applications. As demonstrated in the diagram below:
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Murphy International Development services independent power producers and developers of renewable and conventional plants including; solar, wind, Biomass, hydroelectric, geothermal, CHP, cogeneration and alternative fuels projects.