What is Hydrogen
Hydrogen is the chemical element with the symbol H and atomic number 1. With a standard atomic weight of 1.008, hydrogen is the lightest element in the periodic table. It is the most abundant chemical substance in the universe. It is colorless and odorless. It is a highly combustible gas composed of diatomic molecules. Although hydrogen is combined in the form of hydrocarbons or other hydrogen compounds, almost all of our chemical fuels are based on hydrogen.
Power to X
Nowadays, one of the most important challenges is global warming. Both developed and developing countries are advocating reducing carbon emissions to achieve carbon neutrality. To limit climate change caused by the global increase in CO2 emissions, solutions and sustainable fuels must be found for achieving carbon neutrality. The key to facing this challenge is to continuously promote concepts of renewable energy and linking different industrial sectors, which means combining renewable energy with industrial, energy and transportation infrastructure, and insisting on utilizing Power-to-X solutions. We promote the conversion of renewable energy (solar energy, wind energy, water energy) into "green" hydrogen energy through the method of producing hydrogen by water electrolysis, reducing energy waste, and it is becoming an ideal model for the global energy transition.
Deuterium is a stable isotope of hydrogen, also known as heavy hydrogen, and its symbol is generally D or 2H. It has Mass number of 2. Its nucleus is composed of a proton and a neutron. In nature, about 1/7000 of hydrogen is deuterium, which may be used in thermonuclear reactions. Deuterium is a colorless, odorless, non-toxic and flammable gas at normal temperature and pressure.