Ecoclean relies on the decentralized production of hydrogen in the immediate vicinity of the energy producer (wind, water, sun) and the consumer. The decentralized conversion of green electricity into green hydrogen protects the environment by avoiding costly infrastructure measures. This allows storage and re-conversion to electricity at the points where the energy is needed immediately. Electricity is only converted to hydrogen when it is not immediately needed. Surplus electricity becomes hydrogen.

Hydrogen is an ideal energy carrier. It is easy to transport and can store energy without any problems, even in the long term. If it is produced with renewable energies, it is also climate-friendly (green). Of course, it only makes sense to convert surplus electricity into hydrogen. The fluctuating power supply of renewable energies can be stabilized by temporarily stored hydrogen, by converting the hydrogen back into electricity via fuel cells during "dark periods". The much-criticized efficiency of this process loses its significance, since without this hydrogen production, the green electricity would not be used at all. Hydrogen thus becomes an important link between the industrial, heating and mobility sectors.