W7energy Expands and Rebrands as Versogen

Versogen, previously W7energy is looking to create green hydrogen through advancing anion exchange membrane (AEM) technology. Its green hydrogen will lack any carbon emissions, which is in contrast to 95% of hydrogen created for the heavy industry. Versogen wanted a name that reflected their desire to create sustainable resources and their versatility. Hydrogen is very versatile itself and useful in many industries, especially any industry that uses high temperatures. 

With green hydrogen, carbon emissions could be reduced in mineral extraction, oil refining, and even storing and producing electricity. To make green hydrogen, the company’s new electrolyzer model uses water and renewable resources, but nothing else. Versogen believes this model will help transform the globe’s energy industry to be a carbon neutral space. 

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