Fuelling decarbonisation and driving innovation

Hydrogen solutions

Global alliance for hydrogen advancement

Gentari is scaling up as a hydrogen producer and go-to industry partner in enabling decarbonisation. We are actively building partnerships globally to explore diverse hydrogen use cases and advance production.

Demonstrated capabilities

Track record and experience in handling and dealing with large scale projects

Access to pioneer customers in Asia Pacific and other major hydrogen demand centers

Firm partnership and customer relationship

Investments in key technology

Hydrogen: Harnessing Clean, Endless Energy
Did you know?

  • Hydrogen = most abundant, promising endless clean energy
  • Fuel cells turn hydrogen into water, ultra-clean energy
  • Hydrogen "batteries" store surplus renewable energy, stabilising grids

How hydrogen fuel is generated?
Electrolysis: Hydrogen can be produced by passing an electric current through water (H₂O) in a process called electrolysis. When renewable energy sources like wind or solar powers the electrolysis process, hydrogen produced is considered green hydrogen, as it has zero carbon emission
illustration of solar panels, wind turbines, and electrolysis converting sunlight, wind, and water into energy
How is hydrogen fuel used?
Hydrogen fuels vehicles for long ranges and fast refuelling. It powers cells for backup and remote energy. It's crucial in refining, ammonia production and chemical manufacturing, proving its versatility in various sector
Hydrogen powering electricity, trains, vehicles, cities, and ships
How is hydrogen different?
Hydrogen is a convenient energy source that can be used across various applications. Compared to batteries, it has a longer range, faster refuelling and higher energy density, benefiting long trips, aviation and heavy transport. While flammable, hydrogen can be safe when handled properly
Illustration of hydrogen-powered bus, car, and truck with a hydrogen fueling station
How sustainable is hydrogen fuel?
Hydrogen fuel can be produced using renewable energy sources resulting in reduced carbon emissions. This type of hydrogen is considered sustainable and can play a significant role in decarbonising various sectors of the economy.
Sustainable energy illustration with wind turbines, solar panels, hydrogen tanks, fuel truck, and charging station
What makes hydrogen stand out now?
Hydrogen's surge is fuelled by climate concerns and emissions reduction. Tech progress in electrolysis, fuel cells and storage boosts its sustainability and affordability. Government support and sector collaboration overcome hurdles, speeding up its adoption in clean energy plans and driving innovation and investment.
Globe with hydrogen tanks, wind turbines, solar panels, trucks, and airplane symbolizing green energy