Renewable Energy at Work

Renewable energy projects should benefit everyone, from local communities to investors and consumers.

Landowners and developers, planners, local communities, green-tech firms and investors all need to benefit, both financially, and from the transition to clean, sustainable and local sources of energy.

The more renewable energy we produce locally, the more control we have over what we do with it, and how much we pay for it.

Putting Stakeholders First


Investing in solutions for the production of green hydrogen

We believe that green hydrogen is the cleanest, safest way to accelerate the world’s transition to 100% renewable energy.

The global marketplace for green hydrogen was valued at USD 3.2 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 39.5% from 2022 to 2030.


Investing in new or existing renewable energy farms

We work with local authorities, landowners and developers to source sites for the production of our source feedstock renewable energy such as solar and wind farms

We work with existing renewable farm owners to buy electricity from them at much higher prices than they get for selling electricity to the national grid.


Investing in electrolysers to generate green hydrogen

Electrolysis uses electricity to split water into green hydrogen and oxygen.

Carbon-neutral oxygen is used in numerous sectors including healthcare, steel production, aerospace and sewage treatment. Renewable hydrogen is in demand from multiple industries, such as heavy industry, heating and transport.


Investing in green hydrogen storage (gas or liquid)

Green hydrogen can be stored in gas or liquid form for transportation to end off-takers.

Liquid hydrogen (liquefaction) is more expensive than gas storage, but is 10 times less the volume of gas, and therefore much cheaper to distribute. There are benefits and uses for both forms dependant on the end use case.


Accelerating green hydrogen adoption for major industries

Haush identifies end offtakers at an early stage in each project to secure qualified letters of interest and agreed per/kg prices.

Early stage offtaker commitment minimises risk for our pre-and post-planning investor groups.

How can we help?

We'd love to hear from anyone committed to the adoption of green energy. Renewable farms, landowners, renewable mavericks and investors in sustainable energy solutions for the planet.