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Utilities Look to Green Hydrogen to Cut Carbon Emissions

Katherine Blunt of the Wall Street Journal reports that utilities that are facing regulatory challenges are exploring the potential of green hydrogen to cut their carbon emissions.

The C3 Take
  • Green hydrogen is a clean energy source that is produced with excess solar and wind energy.
  • Investments in this exciting technology are expected to make green hydrogen more cost-competitive in the coming years.

“U.S. utilities are increasingly exploring the use of what is called green hydrogen made from wind and solar energy to reduce emissions from power plants and pipelines.”

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