Kairos Technology is happy to announce that we will collaborate with Green Hydrogen Systems using our unique HAZOP Assistant and Control Room Assistant technology to ensure the safe design and operation of hydrogen electrolysis equipment.

Green Hydrogen Systems is a leading provider of standardized and modular electrolysis equipment for the production of green hydrogen solely based on renewable energy.

Green hydrogen provides the critical link between renewable electricity generation and hard-to-abate sectors such as industry, heavy transport and buildings. With its wide range of possible applications, green hydrogen plays a key role in the ongoing fundamental shift in our energy systems towards a net-zero emission society in 2050. As a result, the demand for green hydrogen is surging, requiring a significant scale-up of electrolysis capacity. The technology enables onsite production of green hydrogen and an energy supply system solely based on renewable energy. Green Hydrogen Systems and Kairos share the commitment to helping customers decarbonize their operations and decrease dependence on fossil-fuels.

Kairos Technology believes in re-using the experience that the industry has established over years of operating complex and hazardous plants, to ensure the safe operation of new energy systems based on hydrogen. We all know that hydrogen ignites easily and burns fast, hence special attention must be used during design and operation. Compared to regular hydrocarbons, the minimum ignition energy is about ten times lower and the burning velocity is eight times faster for hydrogen. The industry is used to dealing with these kind of challenges and hydrogen is already widely used in processes today.


Kairos technology looks forward to be supporting Green Hydrogen Systems in enabling the shift in energy systems on our way to the net-zero emission future.

Bernt Eldor

Written by Bernt Eldor

Bernt is co-founder and the Sales and Marketing director for Kairos Technology. Bernt has extensive experience with international project management and sales, specifically within the oil and gas industry. He is an offshore engineer graduate from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland.