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Nevelyn Black is an independent writer with a background in broadcast and a keen interest in renewable energy.  In the last few years, she transitioned from celebrity interviews and film shoots...

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What’s next for the global leaders in renewable energy generation and energy storage?  Hydrogen.  NextEra will propose a hydrogen pilot project at its subsidiary Florida Power & Light (FPL).  The utility is investing $65 million into the pilot project and completion is expected by 2023. After testing a smaller pilot project at one of its generating stations, the company will use hydrogen as a replacement for natural gas.  If the company's hydrogen pilot proves successful, it could quickly scale that technology.  Is your utility investing in hydrogen?  Will hydrogen really lead the way to an emissions-free future?  How close are we to utility-scale hydrogen energy?   Is NextEra’s 2023 completion date too ambitious? 

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