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New report explores hydropower’s potential in green hydrogen production

New report explores hydropower’s potential in green hydrogen production

The International Hydropower Association (IHA) has released a new paper today (May 25) that explores hydropower’s potential in green hydrogen production and why it could be critical to future developments.

The research and policy paper ‘The green hydrogen revolution: hydropower’s transformative role’ reveals how the leading source of renewable electricity is perfectly suited to produce green hydrogen.

In addition to this, the paper makes several key factors for governments and industry to consider.

The report uses several case studies, such as the 167MW Rjukan and 135MW Glomfjord electrolyser facilities in Norway produced hydrogen from locally sourced hydropower that have been supplying hydrogen for ammonia production to be used in fertilisers.

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