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Hydrogen City, Texas population zero today but 1 million in 2050. People will move to the future! This is planned to be the largest plant in the world to date. It uses wind and solar to generate Hydrogen.

From the article…”The largest single-site green hydrogen project announced until now has been the Western Green Energy Hub in Western Australia, which would be powered by 50GW of wind and solar, although it is not clear what size electrolysers would be used. A planned 30GW facility in Kazakhstan, powered by 45GW of wind and solar has also been unveiled.

There is also a project called HyDeal Ambition that adds up to 67GW at multiple sites across Spain, France and Germany.”


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