May 5, 2023 - The research trio of (left) Michael Talmadge, Eric Tan, and Abhijit Dutta specialize in process modeling for the thermocatalytic conversion of biomass, as a sub-team of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL’s) Economic, Sustainability and Market Analysis (ESMA) group. (Photo by Bryan Bechtold / NREL)

The City of Impact Lays a Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle Plan for Green Hydrogen

The Hague eyes green hydrogen to boost the considerable offshore wind profile of The Netherlands while deploying existing infrastructure to overcome transmission bottlenecks.

The centerpiece of this solar simulator is a tiny photoelectrochemical cell, capable of pushing hydrogen from water without the need for standalone renewable energy facilities (courtesy of University of Tübingen under copyright by Valentin Marquardt/University of Tübingen).

Red-Hot Green Hydrogen Field Just Got Hotter (& Greener)

Photoelectrochemical cells can push green hydrogen directly from water without the need for standalone solar panels.