Hydrogen is set to play a pivotal role in the energy transition, serving as an energy carrier and storage medium. Its lifecycle—from generation through transport to use in fuel cells—offers multiple opportunities for manufacturing technology, as it requires extensive metalworking and mechanical components like compressors and valves. As hydrogen production scales, so does the need for transport and storage infrastructure, creating demand in related industries. Hydrogen is also key in the creation of synthetic fuels and offers significant market potential in both mobile and stationary fuel cell applications.
Learn more about the growing importance of hydrogen energy solutions for the manufacturing industry: Hydrogen and fuel cells offer potential for manufacturing technology