Hydrogen power may soon spread across the country thanks to federal grants , and South Dakota wind turbines could provide some of the electricity to make it.
Hydrogen, as a gas, transforms into water when burned as fuel.
While hydrogen is currently produced from fossil fuels — and used in industries such as oil refining, steel production and fertilizer production — renewable energy advancements and billions in federal climate change incentives are beginning to change that.Hydrogen production via electrolysis – splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity – is gaining interest. To keep the process sustainable, electrolysis can be powered […]
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