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Descripción de la compañía

ERM is a leading global provider of sustainability, environmental, renewable energy, health, safety, risk, social consulting services and sustainability related services. We work with the world’s leading organizations, delivering innovative solutions and helping them to understand and manage their sustainability challenges. The ERM Group employs more than 7,000 professionals worldwide in a network of 170 offices in more than 40 countries, with offices in Spain in Madrid and Barcelona. For more than 50 years, we have been working with clients around the world and in diverse industry sectors include Oil & Gas, Mining & Metals, Power & Renewable Energy, Chemical, Manufacturing & Pharmaceutical, and Technology, Media & Telecommunications to help them understand and manage their environmental, health, safety, risk and social impacts and face critical sustainability challenges. ERM’s long-standing experience supporting hydrogen projects in the world is combined with 3 specialist energy strategy consultancies, increasing ERM focus on hydrogen.

The Renewables Consulting Group, E4Tech and Element Energy are ERM Group companies that with the whole ERM Group combine an unrivalled experience and world-leading expertise in the hydrogen space: 50+ authoritative analyses of the hydrogen sector; 60+ in-house hydrogen sector experts; 300+ Renewable energy capital projects delivered since 2021; 200+ hydrogen projects undertaken over the past 20+ years.

Principales líneas de negocio de la entidad

ERM provides integrated market intelligence, management consulting, and technical advisory services to support our customers across the whole lifecycle of their hydrogen projects. ERM assess the different route-to-market scenarios based on different techno-economic pathways for green hydrogen production, storage and distribution under current and future policy and regulatory conditions, globally. ERM has LCoE and LCoH models to determine the IRR for hydrogen integration with renewables.