Renewable hydrogen project moves forward

Plans for a renewable hydrogen production facility in Eugene, Oregon that could be one of the largest in North America have taken a step forward.

A consortium of Pacific Northwest public and private organisations, comprising EWEB, NW Natural and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore development of the facility.

The hydrogen production facility will demonstrate how renewable and low-carbon electricity can be transformed into ‘green’ hydrogen, through a process called Power-to-Gas and used to decarbonise the region’s space heating and transportation sectors.

Plans include the potential for a facility in Eugene that could range in size from two megawatts up to 10 megawatts.

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