Granholm announces goal to make hydrogen power, EV batteries more affordable

April 26, 2021

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Friday announced new goals to lower the cost of clean energy and other climate change technologies, including reducing the cost of hydrogen and batteries for electric vehicles.

In particular, Granholm said that she wants to reduce the price of hydrogen energy by 80 percent before 2030 and said this would make it “competitive with natural gas,” during remarks at the White House’s international climate summit.

In hydrogen fuel cells, a reaction between hydrogen and oxygen can produce electricity.

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