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Where Is Green Hydrogen Headed?

Green hydrogen has always struck me as one of the most difficult clean energy technologies to deploy in the transition away from fossil fuels. The creation of hydrogen molecules through electrolysis, and finding a way to transport this newly created product, struck me as incredibly difficult. Fortunately, the varied uses … [continued]

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ATCO’s Proposed Edmonton Hydrogen Subdivision Would Pay 4-10 Times Current Cost For Heat

Every time I publish an article or post something on LinkedIn pointing out the economic folly and inevitable cul-de-sac of hydrogen-for-energy, commenters drag out new examples of bad hydrogen schemes, whether as ideas they think are proving my point or examples that disprove my thesis. After publishing on Canada’s $25 … [continued]