ANALYSIS | What should companies do with the vast amounts of oxygen produced by green hydrogen projects?

Electrolysis produces eight tonnes of O2 per tonne of H2 that could be used to generate additional income, but most developers choose to release it into the atmosphere. Why?

The 1MW electrolyser on a floating platform used in the Sealhyfe offshore hydrogen production trial.
The 1MW electrolyser on a floating platform used in the Sealhyfe offshore hydrogen production trial.Photo: Lhyfe
Published 24 June 2024, 07:46Updated 24 June 2024, 07:46