The quest to harness the energy of clean, renewable hydrogen is now becoming a global initiative, as many countries look to address the impacts of climate change. Hydrogen is a valuable industrial commodity with tremendous potential to help stabilize the electric grid, reduce dependency on petroleum, and reduce the carbon footprint across the transportation, power generation, and industrial sectors.
Relevant stakeholders are just now starting to tap hydrogen’s true potential on a worldwide scale. Global partnerships, central to the success of any technology, are popping up around hydrogen advancements and developments. The World Hydrogen Council, which was launched in 2017 (and now has 60 member companies), brings together many of the industry’s CEOs to accelerate the development and use of hydrogen through pooled investment.
The U.S. uses hydrogen at a rate of 10 million metric tons per year, primarily in the petroleum refining and ammonia manufacturing industries....
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