Special Section: Hydrogen Deployment
Advancements in Hydrogen Deployment
Research and Development to Enable Hydrogen at Scale
The Dept. of Energy’s H2@Scale initiative promotes the development, growth, and implementation of technologies based on hydrogen’s versatility.
Hydrogen’s Expanding Role in the Energy System
Realizing the vision of H2@Scale will require research and investment in efficient hydrogen production methods and upgraded infrastructure. Advances in hydrogen production will allow new applications, such as steelmaking, biofuels production, and fuel cell electric vehicles, to thrive.
Large-Scale Hydrogen System Safety Issues
As hydrogen’s applications grow and develop across many sectors, industrial systems must identify the necessary precautions to be able to safely handle the material.
Renewable Hydrogen for Sustainable Ammonia Production
More than half of all produced hydrogen is consumed in ammonia plants. Ammonia’s potential as a carbon-free fuel, hydrogen carrier, and energy store represents an opportunity for renewable hydrogen technologies to be deployed at an even greater scale.
Back to Basics
Distillation Technology: What’s Next?
Distillation is often described as a mature technology that is well understood and established, no longer requiring funding or attention from research and development. This thinking is flawed, as distillation has come a long way in the past three decades and has even more room to grow.
Leverage Dynamic Simulation
Dynamic simulations are able to replicate actual plant behavior, making them valuable for plant design, operation, optimization, and training.
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