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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Innovation has helped drive down costs for both offshore wind and hydrogen. Here the splendidly named Battolyser challenges conventional hydrogen production technology and offers an ability to supply hydrogen 24/7 makes the Battolyser suitable for the production of renewable ammonia (NFuel) and renewable methanol.

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Matt Chester on Feb 4, 2021

I understand the focus on getting to a place where renewables+storage can supply 24/7 power (or at least as close as possible to that), but what's the use case for 24/7 hydrogen being needed? If hydrogen is to be used as a fuel stock or as stored energy to be tapped into later, wouldn't it be more important to be able to create a large surplus of it than it is to be sure that production is constantly working? 

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