A US Department of Energy (DOE) project titled ‘Demonstration and Framework for H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond’, has today been launched by Frontier Energy, in close collaboration with GTI and the University of Texas at Austin.
Supported by DOE’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, the project intends to show that renewable hydrogen can be cost-effective for multiple end-use applications across the state and beyond.
Nico Bouwkamp, Frontier Energy’s H2@Scale Project Manager, said, “The project H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond brings hydrogen industry leaders together with enthusiastic and important new participants to design, build and operate the first dedicated renewable hydrogen network. It will demonstrate infrastructure safety and reliability in a real-world situation.”
“The project will also leverage Texas’ extensive resources – wind power, solar energy, underground salt-dome storage formations, hydrogen pipelines, natural gas infrastructure international port operations, and a large, concentrated industrial infrastructure – to demonstrate the potential of DOE’s H2@Scale initiative.”
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