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Hydrogen is building momentum as a key energy carrier in the global effort to reach net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050. In 2019, it rose to the top of the discussions between global leaders at the G20 summit in Japan. An almost symbiotic relationship is emerging between hydrogen and renewables. As wind turbines and solar PV panels become cheaper, so does the cost of producing green hydrogen from renewables through electrolysis. As renewables begin to account for a high proportion of the energy mix, their variability poses a challenge. This means the need for large-scale energy storage to smooth out differences between supply and demand becomes more pressing.

Hydrogen offers the potential for energy storage on a much greater scale than the battery solutions currently being used to provide flexibility to the grids. Hydrogen storage could be used to capture the excess electricity generated by offshore windfarms and solar PV farms.

Our power plants are capable of using hydrogen fuel and generating a steady supply of electricity. As well as realizing the stored hydrogen’s potential, these plants could help stabilize grids where there are high proportions of variable renewables in the system.
The Hydrogen Council claims that more than 200TWh could be generated from hydrogen in large power plants. Production of green hydrogen from renewables offers a tantalizing solution to the storage challenges of power sources such as wind and solar.

EmberClear is well positioned to take advantage of this once-in-a-generation opportunity. We are currently developing several energy projects in North America that are capable of blending hydrogen as a feedstock.

With nearly one-third of coal-fired generating capacity being taken off the grid to meet environmental regulations, our cleaner power plants are offsetting the decommissioning of these legacy coal-based power plants, creating new jobs and more wealth.
EmberClear’s projects will provide America with low-cost, clean energy for domestic consumption, creating greater energy independence and export opportunities.

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