Fact Sheet: Hydrogen and Grid Resilience

June 10, 2021

Due to hydrogen’s unique storage abilities, deploying hydrogen technology at power plants or as back-up power contributes to grid resiliency. It can act as a storage mechanism to use renewable energy when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing, and hydrogen fuel cell systems can power their own microgrids, bringing energy wherever it is needed with zero emissions at point of use. Learn more here about how hydrogen can contribute to a resilient grid.

 

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