The promising potential of commercial green hydrogen is starting to be realized! Hyport Oostende in Belgium, to be powered solely by excess offshore wind, is also set to become the first project to use green hydrogen as energy storage. This milestone green hydrogen project will use surplus offshore wind to power the electrolyzers that will produce and store green hydrogen. While green hydrogen is still more expensive than "grey" or "brown" hydrogen produced from fossil fuels, it becomes more economical to produce the more hours per day the electrolyzers operate, and prices are expected to fall further with economies of scale.
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