Hydrogen Production from Renewable Energy Sources

@article{Bastien2006HydrogenPF,
  title={Hydrogen Production from Renewable Energy Sources},
  author={J. Bastien and Clive E. Handler},
  journal={2006 IEEE EIC Climate Change Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-9}
}
The partnership of hydrogen and renewables may provide benefits to both technologies. Renewables can use hydrogen to store excess production and provide energy on demand. Renewables can add credibility to the clean energy claims of hydrogen, ensuring that the production of hydrogen is in fact GHG emission free and independent from fossil fuels. However, there are many outstanding issues that need to be considered in determining the potential for this option. Some of those issues are the cost of… CONTINUE READING
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