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March 30, 2021
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We are holding an online discussion on the role of hydrogen in the energy transition, paired with our recent webinar. Read a few of the comments from our community below. Sign up for an account and join the conversation!
What use for hydrogen do you think would be of the most benefit to the energy sector?
"...For transportation, hydrogen has the highest benefits for heavy duty tractor-trailer trucks, garbage trucks, and aircraft – where traditional electric-battery vehicles don’t adequately supply the needed electricity...." - Scott Sklar, Adjunct Professor & Sustainable Energy Director, Environment & Energy Management Institute
"...We should first use renewable hydrogen to replace fossil hydrogen for industrial and renewable fuel production purposes.... Let’s get the biggest bang for the buck in the shortest amount of time that can benefit the greatest amount of people. After that, we might think of creating entire new hydrogen personal transportation infrastructures if we still need them." - Joanne Ivancic, Exec. Director, Advanced Biofuels USA
"There’s an immediate and much-needed role for hydrogen for providing flexible zero-carbon power generation. For at least the next decade, that role will be most economically and expeditiously served by blue hydrogen, however, not green.... As I see it, green hydrogen has two pathways to commercial success in the power sector...." - Roger Arnold, Systems Architect, Silverthorn Engineering
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