Texas is poised to be a leader in producing hydrogen for the next generation of electrically powered vehicles, and in the ongoing transition to a cleaner and more efficient energy system, write Drs. Alan Lloyd, a senior research fellow at the Energy Institute, and Michael Webber, deputy director of the Institute, in a new op-ed. As the nation’s largest producer of hydrogen, Texas also has the knowledge and expertise needed to use hydrogen to power turbines to create heat and electricity and as a feedstock in industrial applications such as the production of steel and chemicals, and in the semiconductor industry. The op-ed has been published in the Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express-News, Rio Grande Guardian, and Texas Monthly. Read more.
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