Energy accounts for 73% of our global CO2 emissions. Addressing this is one of humanity’s greatest challenges.
That’s why we focus on making green certification simple for energy-intensive goods producers. We embed green compliance and certification logics in industrial stacks, so that supply chains are optimized for "certified green" - from inception to operations at scale.
Certification relies on a 20th-century inherited verification process. It is manual, non-scalable, costly, yearly performed and thus non-granular. As a result, energy-intensive goods producers cannot show reliably that what they produce and commercialize is green.
To add to the challenge, regulatory requirements are increasingly complex and multi-layered, while the number of certification standards globally increases. Overall, green certification has become a tedious yet business-critical issue for producers.
80% of our world’s energy consumption is in the form of fuels and gases. Hydrogen and its derivatives (ammonia, methanol, synthetic methane, sustainable aviation fuels etc.) can replace these.
If and only if hydrogen remains low-carbon on its entire value chain, then it can constitute a central piece of the net-zero puzzle - avoiding up to 80 GT CO2 emissions by 2050. This is where we come in. The aim is not "lots of hydrogen" - it is decarbonization.
We are a team of energy markets specialists, data scientists, developers, designers and product strategists who believe that technology has a key role to play in enabling a greener tomorrow.