Hydrogen Generation Behind The Meter And Its PotentialThe energy sector is evolving away from traditional power generation and distribution. This transition has been escalating over the last decade. by Modern ElectronIntegrating Hydrogen into Existing Building Heating OperationsAs countries explore phasing out their reliance on fossil fuels and embracing the use of renewable energy sources in […]
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The Growing Importance of On-Site Clean HydrogenIn this article, we’ll take a look at the role of clean onsite hydrogen generation in the US economy. We’ll also explore the benefits associated with carbon-negative hydrogen production. by Modern ElectronWhat Hydrogen Future Can We Expect?Many in the green technology industry see hydrogen as the key to a […]
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Distributed hydrogen refers to hydrogen produced in small quantities, usually through electrolysis and pyrolysis. This allows hydrogen to be generated and used when and where it is needed, for example, in microgrids.
The future of hydrogen gas lies in the development and proliferation of distributed clean hydrogen. However, it is essential to lay out how things currently stand in the United States to understand if we are on the right path toward building a clean hydrogen economy.
One of the first ways that we can achieve cleaner natural gas is by blending in hydrogen to the gas. Hydrogen isn’t a greenhouse gas. It’s a simple element that, when consumed, only gives off water as a byproduct.
Many in the green technology industry see hydrogen as the key to a greener and more environmentally friendly future. A future that does not see us giving up driving, flying, or even manufacturing steel.
We have finally seen the sunrise on the Hydrogen Economy. Especially here in the US, with the passing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act, the Department of Energy and the Federal Government has billions of dollars to invest in building hydrogen hubs and infrastructure.