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RENEWABLE HYDROGEN IN OREGON: Opportunities and Challenges

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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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RENEWABLE HYDROGEN IN OREGON: Opportunities and Challenges

SB 333 directed ODOE to study the benefits and challenges associated with the production and consumption of renewable hydrogen in Oregon. Specifically, ODOE was directed to study and report back to the legislature with: • Identification of the total hydrogen volume currently used annually in Oregon among industries such as technology, manufacturing, medical, and chemical; • Identification of the potential applications in Oregon by 2030 of renewable hydrogen in transportation, industry, electricity generation, medical, and chemical; • An assessment of the potential for coupling renewable electricity generation and renewable hydrogen production to increase resiliency or provide flexible loads; • A discussion of the forecasted costs of renewable hydrogen and how these costs might affect the adoption of renewable hydrogen in Oregon; and • Identification of the technological, policy, commercial, and economic barriers to adoption of renewable hydrogen in Oregon.

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