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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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This item from LA sounded interesting and worthy of sharing with the community. Solena is one of many firms looking for ways to cheaply produce hydrogen without generating planet-warming gases in hopes that the clean-burning fuel will one day replace oil and gas for transportation or heating. The LA county scheme reminded me of a visit to an innovative scheme in the North West of England a year or so ago.  That one is progressing well having gained planning permission and a major backer.

 

 

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Matt Chester on May 21, 2020

If the hydrogen plant doesn’t materialize or otherwise fails, Parris said in an interview, there’s little downside for the city.

The upside would be pioneering a technology that could dramatically cut emissions. Lancaster will own a small stake in the plant.

Creative setup to establishing an all around agreed upon project for parties involved-- excited to see what comes of this for sure

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Charley Rattan on May 21, 2020

Quite a detached 'win win' philosophy from Mayor Parris

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