Green hydrogen is produced by using renewable energy (wind and solar) to power an electrolysis system that splits water (H2O) into its constituent parts, oxygen and hydrogen (H2). The resulting green hydrogen then becomes the clean burning fuel (no carbon emissions) to re-electrify the fossil infrastructure.
"The Road Map stresses the versatility of hydrogen as an enabler of the renewable energy system, an energy vector that can be transported and stored, and a fuel for the transportation sector, heating of buildings and providing heat and feed stock to industry. It can reduce both carbon and local emissions, increase energy security and strengthen the economy, as well as support the deployment of renewable power generation such as wind, solar, nuclear and hydro." The Road Map is available at: www.ushydrogenstudy.org.
The Tohatchi Energy Center (TEC) Project is a multi-prong Food-Energy-Water (FEW) Nexus Project that converges (i) a robust geothermal system for food and agriculture production, (ii) a mid-scale green hydrogen generation facility with a state-of-the-art electrolyzer, (iii) solar photovoltaic (PV) for the distributed electricity markets, and (iv) a decarbonization technology systems to firm the solar energy and to provide regional ancillary services for grid modernization.
Food, energy, and water resources are interconnected with one to bring a secured healthy living sustainable lifestyle to members of the Tohatchi Chapter. As global demand for food, energy, and water gradually increases, so does the resource limitations of countries and even communities. These resource limitations pose a serious environmental problem, such as water pollution and scarcity, secure energy supply, secure food supply, and economic volatility. Through a holistic approach, the hybridization, or convergence of technologies is the most efficient and effective solution to the deficiencies and disparities of tribal communities.
Green Hydrogen is emerging as a potential solution to the carbon-free future. Green Hydrogen is quickly becoming a mainstream answer to the global impacts of climate change. Green Hydrogen does have its own set of challenges, just like any other energy commodity in the energy market space, Green Hydrogen is increasingly being recognized as a potential decarbonization solution for the following sectors: a) long-haul freight transports, b) aviation and marine shipping, and the c) heavy industries. Green Hydrogen is one of the most promising options for the long-duration storage of power.
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