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Clean hydrogen is driving the next Gulf Coast energy boom

The C3 Take
  • As the hydrogen craze looks to come to fruition, industry experts are looking to the Gulf Coast to lead.
  • Air Liquide is already producing hydrogen from methane and uses this product to reduce the sulfur content of its fuels.
  • The company is planning ways to retrofit its hydrogen production with carbon capture to make its process carbon neutral.

“Over in southern Mississippi, Hy Stor’s vision operates on a similarly grand scale. The company, with just a dozen full-time employees, has acquired rights to nearly 70,000 acres across several counties in a state with almost no renewable power installed today. In just the first phase, Hy Stor will add around 2.7 gigawatts of electrolyzers, powered by twice that capacity of onshore wind, solar and geothermal. This off-grid design ensures that the hydrogen will be clean, a commitment that attracts customers who are serious about decarbonization, CEO Laura Luce told me.”

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