Plug Power posted a first-quarter loss of $206.6 million but still has cash on hand for ambitious expansion of hydrogen-related projects.
The emerging producer of fuel cells, electrolyzers and green hydrogen may have a Wall Street credibility problem.
President Biden invoked the Defense Production Act to step up the production of rare minerals critical to his administration's clean energy goals.
Hydrogen may become a key to decarbonization, but state utility regulators are discovering that they have few standardized tools to regulate it.
The race to make hydrogen the world's transportation and industrial fuel in order to reduce carbon dioxide emissions is well underway.
The gulf between the promise of hydrogen and the ability to make enough of it to help safely decarbonize the grid is a challenge now coming into public focus.
A trio of engineers with the John Wood Group predicted that by 2040, the U.S. will be a global leader in hydrogen production and use.
Hydrogen offers big opportunities for utilities, but it will also enable distributed micro grids, according to speakers at the SEPA/EPRI H2Power conference.
Paul Browning, CEO of Mitsubishi Power Americas, predicts that green hydrogen will be cheaper than blue hydrogen within this decade,
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