Hydrogen – A Blooming Welcome Component in a Power Grid
- Aug 8, 2021 3:18 am GMT
Just as a lotus blooms in a pond of filth, Hydrogen is set to bloom in a pool of excess renewable energy. Solar and Wind are now producing so much renewable energy that most grids are not able to cope with the excess. Since, Solar and Wind follow Mother Nature’s orders and not the wishful thinking of humans, there is a significant disconnect between renewable power generated and its utilization
Engineers, smart as they are, have found a solution to this problem. Excess renewable energy is to be diverted into Hydrogen production (or batteries) for use at a time of their choice, thus solving a problem which is only going to get worse if left unattended
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