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National Grid H2 vision touts Long Island potential as green hydrogen hub - Power Engineering - Emissions

A “hydrogen hub” — a cluster of local hydrogen production, storage and demand — can be a great first step in developing the hydrogen economy. Long Island is well-positioned to become a hydrogen hub, given the high energy demand in the New York City metro area, limited transmission connections, and large offshore wind potential, which could be used to produce green hydrogen. National Grid envisions an integrated net zero energy system with clean electricity and clean fuels like hydrogen meeting demand for power, heat and transport.

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