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What is your opinion on using hydrogen as a power storage mechanism for renewable resources?

I'm trying to get a feel for the market. What are people's thoughts about green hydrogen for residential energy storage? My company aims to store hydrogen at residents homes utilizing solar power or other renewables in the US. Right now,it's cost..


Smart charging should be integral part of a national EV charging network

Electric trucks are coming, and they’re coming fast. Just before 2021 drew to a close, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts joined California, Oregon and Washington in committing to phase out new diesel trucks by 2035. The U.S. House of...

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