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Xcel and Bloom pair up to produce hydrogen with nuclear power

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20 years experience as Transmission Planner and Project Manager

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While lithium ion gets all the attention, hydrogen may be the best thing to transform our transportation network.  Less time to refuel hydrogen compared to the long times to even SuperCharge and EV along with all the benefits of being carbon-free.  

 

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Henry Craver on Sep 24, 2022

This is exciting. Seems like another reason to give greater consideration to nuclear in conversations about any carbon free future. Could something like this be outfitted to any nuclear plant, or are there prerequisites that the Prairie Island plant checks off that others don't?

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