DOE project to establish hydrogen as cost effective fuel

SourceTrade Arabia
SectorOil & Gas

Frontier Energy, in close collaboration with GTI and The University of Texas at Austin, has launched the H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond project, which intends to show that renewable hydrogen can be a cost-effective fuel for multiple end-use applications, including fuel cell electric vehicles, when coupled with large, baseload consumers that use hydrogen for clean, reliable stationary power.    The US Department of Energy (DOE) project, Demonstration and Framework for H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond is supported by DOE’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.    Frontier Energy is also partnering with GTI, the University of Texas at Austin, OneH2, Texas Gas Service, SoCalGas, Toyota Motor North America, Shell, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Air Liquide and PowerCell Sweden AB to conduct two related projects:    • In the more...