Green hydrogen’s versatility offers potential answers to some of the energy transition’s most challenging questions. When produced from renewable energy sources, hydrogen could provide clean fuel for shipping, long-duration energy storage, and other areas that are difficult to decarbonize.
But factors such as scale, scope, and affordability remain daunting challenges. Can green hydrogen conquer these obstacles to become the energy transition’s secret weapon?
The RENEWABLE +Series on Aug. 17 will bring together green hydrogen developers, researchers, and investors to discuss the state of green hydrogen and the path forward. Register for free by clicking here.
- How realistic is the Biden administration’s goal of reducing the cost of green hydrogen production by 80% to $1 per kilogram?
- What are the main factors affecting green hydrogen’s bankability?
- What lessons are being learned by developers in the early days of U.S. green hydrogen deployment?
- Bryan Pivovar, Senior Research Fellow I-Materials Science, NREL
- Ana Quelhas, Managing Director for Hydrogen, EDP Renewables (EDPR)
- Brandon Moffatt, VP, Generate Capital