Securing the power of Green Hydrogen
Tailor-made risk transfer solutions for the energy transition
Green hydrogen is the missing piece
Finding alternatives to fossil fuels has never been more important. Green hydrogen is one of the most important pillars of a successful energy transition towards net-zero targets. It can balance seasonal fluctuations in renewable electricity production and provides energy for hard-to-abate industries.
Technology development has made great progress, and policymakers support the innovative energy source - in 2022, 30 countries have drafted a strategy for green hydrogen. However, the total amount is still small and new projects often cannot realise their full potential as sufficient capital is needed for large-scale deployment.
As a pioneer in green hydrogen production you face multiple challenges:
Let’s join forces for a Green Hydrogen future
HySure provides protection for electrolyser manufacturers
- excessive repair costs
- part breakdown
- maintanance/replacement intervals
- cost overrun
- against underperformance
- against small H2 production rate
- for efficiency/cell voltage
- for gas purities
How HySure contributes to your success:
Power to Hydrogen is the logical next step towards reliable green energy 24/7 all year round facing a world of uncertainty.
Why Munich Re Green Tech Solutions?
With our strong focus on new energy sources and new technologies, we are the right partner for you.
- Profound technical expertise in electrolyser technology
- Our risk assessment and mitigation is appreciated by institutional investors
- 12 years-track-record in all green technologies
- Globally experienced and locally responsive in-house experts
- Financial stable AA- rated global player
- Strong network of renowned partners like VDE, KIWA and TÜV
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Technological advancements in green hydrogen have been progressing steadily; however, innovative technological projects haven’t been able to realise their full potential as sufficient capital is needed for scaling up production and deployment of large-scale electrolysis.