“Green hydrogen offers huge opportunities in the transport, electricity and chemicals sectors,” said John Litynski, Deputy Director of Advanced Fossil Technology Systems at the US Department of Energy (DOE), today at the virtual Green Hydrogen Visions for the West Conference.
Over the past two decades, Litynski said Fossil Energy (FE) has invested more than $1bn in low cost, carbon neutral hydrogen production technologies, including turbines, gasification, solid oxide fuel cells and pre combustion R&D.
“We are seeing an opportunity for all sources of hydrogen, as long as they are carbon free,” Litynski told conference attendees.
In aligning hydrogen across DOE and FE, Litynski said they have divided their R&D activities into four areas:
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