Hydrogen is the fuel of the future

Benefits of Hydrogen

Through electrolysis, hydrogen can be produced using renewable energy and water. When consumed the only output is pure water vapour. Ryse is ready to install and operate the equipment necessary to produce and supply this green hydrogen on a commercial scale.

We have a mission to totally decarbonise the UK’s bus fleet in the next decade.

Quickest

Hydrogen technology is the quickest and easiest route to decarbonising transport

The transport sector is the highest carbon emitter in the UK with radical reductions needed to reach net zero emissions by 2050. Hydrogen technology already exists, can be deployed at scale and is the quickest and easiest route to decarbonising transport.

Air Quality

Hydrogen technology can improve air quality in our cities

Toxic air is a public health emergency and is killing more people in Europe than tobacco smoking. Because hydrogen is more suited to heavier vehicles going longer distances, it can play a significant role improving air quality in urban areas, delivering health benefits to more people, and more of society (when compared to EVs that are most suited to smaller shorter range vehicles).

Hydrogen technology will lead to affordable zero emission vehicles

Hydrogen technology will lead to affordable zero emission vehicles

If deployed at scale, studies show that the total ownership costs of hydrogen buses will be lower than electric buses in the early 2020s and can be lower than diesel buses by 2030. Similar trends are expected in the other heavy duty sectors, including rail, truck and ships.

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Hydrogen offers long range and fast refuelling

Hydrogen offers long range and fast refuelling

Hydrogen vehicles can be refuelled in minutes and offer ranges comparable to petrol and diesel equivalents. This means they can be installed with no operational compromises for vehicle operators.

No infrastructure issues and a small footprint

No infrastructure issues and a small footprint

A Ryse hydrogen refuelling station is all that is required to access hydrogen in your depot. These stations have manageable footprints (100-400m2) depending on the level of demand. They also have minimal power requirements which means there is no need for expensive electrical grid upgrades to house a new station.