New partnership formed to develop hydrogen-fuelled microgrids

As part of a nationwide movement by cities and counties to generate their own clean, locally sourced power, renewable hydrogen solutions provider Ways2H and municipal energy consultancy Local Power have partnered to integrate onsite renewable hydrogen into community microgrids.

The movement reflects an evolution of Local Power’s Community Choice Aggregation blueprint for community microgrids that includes solar with storage, and now hydrogen produced from post-consumer waste, to decarbonise and strengthen communities’ resiliency.

Approximately 1,500 US municipalities, representing 30million Americans, provide Community Choice Aggregation service and many are looking for new sources of local, affordable, reliable, renewable, resilient electricity generation.

Local Power and Ways2H plan to meet the demand with advanced microgrids powered by zero emission renewable hydrogen-fuelled generators, solar power, battery storage and heating automation.

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