Green hydrogen production systems are complex in nature due to controlled electro-chemical reaction and the produced hydrogen is highly inflammable and explosible in its after-production stages of compression and storage.

As the electrolyser plants in megawatt scale are sensitive in nature and very expensive, it is critical to maintain and operate efficiently and safely and also adhere to the evolving industry standards and norms.

Our electrolyser control and safety systems integrated with digital and process automation technologies will enable to provide end to end solutions in the production process of green hydrogen used in various sectors such as Oil & Gas, Petroleum, Steel, Fertilizer and Cement and other medium to large scale enterprises.


Non reliable weather patterns lead to inconsistent production of renewable energy from Solar, Wind and Hydroelectric plants. The surplus produced renewable energy is utilized to produce green hydrogen which is stored and transported.

The tapped green hydrogen is later used to process sustainable forms of fuels*, gases* and chemicals*(termed as POWER-to-X*).

Our smart technologies enable efficient asset management by synchronizing renewable power generation systems and hydrogen generation systems.


“A secure, stable, and efficient grid is paramount for any
country’s energy needs”.

Sources such as conventional fossil fuels, nuclear energy provide grid inertia via the presence of heavy rotating equipment such as steam and gas turbines.

In today’s world, in the process of transition towards carbon-neutral society, there is a substantial increase in the amount of renewable energy sources fed into the grid. However, the fed renewable energy sources are variable in nature and hence cannot provide the necessary grid inertia. Without grid inertia, electricity networks will be unstable and susceptible to blackouts.