Hydrogen Energy Storage and Renewable Hydrogen

California has bold climate objectives to reach 100% renewable power by 2045 and hydrogen is key component of this transition, as a method of storing and distributing renewable and low-carbon power. The CHBC Hydrogen Energy Storage and Renewable Hydrogen Sector Action Group seeks to educate stakeholders, mainly policymakers, by providing information and resources on hydrogen production, delivery, and energy storage technology. The CHBC participates in public forums to describe how California’s strong renewable energy goals can be cost-effectively reached with reliable hydrogen and fuel cell technology.

Further Reading

CHBC Hydrogen Handbook: why hydrogen is necessary in our energy transition from using fossil fuels, for energy services and other end uses.

United States Hydrogen Project Map: see where current hydrogen projects, research, and opportunities are happening around the country

Environmental Attribute Credits: Analysis of Program Design Features and Impacts: This white paper from the University of California Irvine Clean Energy Institute assesses program design features related to environmental attribute credits and their impact on cost and attainment of environmental goals. Hydrogen is addressed as part of the assessment.

Video: Could hydrogen be the clean fuel of the future?



NPR: Colorado Pushes Ahead in Green Hydrogen - A New Technology to Curb Global Warning