Enabling the transition to the hydrogen economy
Whether it’s blue or green, hydrogen will play a pivotal role in decarbonising our societies. By 2050 we’ll need eight times more hydrogen than we produce today.
JM’s experience in grey hydrogen production, methanol process technology and fuel cells mean we’re perfectly positioned to lead in both.
This year we made leaps in the commercialisation of our green hydrogen solutions.
We appointed Eugene McKenna as our first Managing Director of green hydrogen. He moved from his role leading business development, strategy and innovation within JM’s Efficient Natural Resources Sector, where he focused on a pipeline of innovative low carbon technologies including those for clean hydrogen.
We also announced new green hydrogen capacity for the production of catalyst coated membranes. This capacity is co-located with JM’s cutting edge plant in Swindon, UK, where high performance fuel cell components including membrane electrode assemblies, catalyst coated membranes, and fuel processor catalysts are produced at scale.
The development will enable tens of megawatts of green hydrogen production, with the ability to scale up to multi-gigawatt production with market growth.