Should US Follow EU: Make Green H2 with Offshore Wind?
Carbon-free hydrogen produced by electrolyzers powered with electricity from off-shore wind turbines could be used as a gas turbine fuel or in a fuel cell to balance the transmission grid as well as to replace natural gas, coal and oil-based liquid fuels to decarbonize heavy industry, manufacturing and transportation, including aviation, reasons a study published by the Clean Energy States Alliance. | Clean Energy States Alliance
Nov 19, 2021
The Clean Energy States Alliance urges states that get access to power from OSW to consider dedicating some of that electricity to produce “green,” hydrogen.