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Launch of the US Hydrogen Economy Roadmap

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World Hydrogen Leader , Charley Rattan Associates

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Today is the launch of the US Hydrogen Economy Roadmap and it is great to be a part of it. Milestones are set out in a 4 part plan and includes inclusion of targets into government procurement

 

12 Key elements are:

  • Employment and economic growth
  • Grid balancing and storage
  • Transport including Busses, HGV’s and rail
  • Residential and commercial fuel
  • Hydrogen is already used for example as already a feedstock for ammonia
  • Aviation fuel feedstock
  • Can help as a reducing gas metal and cement industries
  • Currently hydrogen is mostly used in refining process
  • Steam reforming to green trajectory
  • The US Pathway is technology agnostic report, so long as hydrogen production is sustainable
  • Long term storage is geographically well placed and often near to hydrogen for ammonia sites making it very amenable
  • 14 % of US energy requirement will be met if roadmap followed  

 

 

The US Hydrogen economy, projected growth, p10 of the report

The Road Map is available at: www.ushydrogenstudy.org.  

 

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Tom Baxter on Oct 10, 2020

Look at the companies that provided input to this report. They all have vested interests in promoting hydrogen. A guaranteed hydrogen biased roadmap.

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