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Blue Hydrogen Study Finds It Isn’t Climate-Friendly, Igniting Fierce Debate Over Emissions

By Eduardo Garcia Photo: Sean Gallup , Getty Images
Blue hydrogen, a purportedly green fuel that is typically extracted from natural gas, has long been touted as a climate solution but a controversial peer-reviewed study released last week argues its production is linked to…

Sweden’s HYBRIT Delivers Fossil-Free Steel

By Lloyd Alter
The making of steel releases a lot of carbon dioxide. It's chemistry; iron ore is basically rust, also known as iron oxide. You get rid of the oxygen by mixing in pulverized coal; the carbon…

Will hydrogen usher in a new era of collaboration between gas and electric utilities?

By Emma Penrod Photo: Adelene Kon , Utilitydive
Nestled amid the rolling hills and rivers of the Pacific Northwest, the Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) has the sort of problem many U.S. utilities still dream of: too much renewable energy.

‘Blue’ Hydrogen May Not Be a Very ‘Green’ Energy Source After All

By David Kindy Photo: Friso Gentsch , Getty Images
Hydrogen is often viewed as the fuel of the future. Scientists initally predicted it will be clean, renewable and efficient. Making it work, though, might be a problem. Some of the current technologies, including a…

Is California’s ‘Hydrogen Highway’ a road to nowhere?

By Evan Halper Photo: Carolyn Cole
Soon after Maribel Munoz joined the trailblazing ranks of American owners of hydrogen cars — a group that exists only in California — she began to fear that the low price of the taxpayer-subsidized Toyota…

Entergy touts hydrogen as tool to meet industrial customers’ green goals

By Jason Plautz Photo: Adeline Kon
Entergy Corporation touted its steps to help its commercial and industrial customers meet their sustainability goals in its second quarter earnings call on Wednesday, including plans for a new natural gas and hydrogen facility in Texas and…

Hydrogen pilot projects advance, evolve at gas utilities

By Tom DiChristopher
Gas utilities continue to advance hydrogen pilot projects as the industry focuses on long-term solutions for decarbonizing pipeline networks. Local distribution companies offered updates on their programs during a packed day of quarterly earnings conference…

New Bipartisan Energy Storage Caucus Has Green Hydrogen Up Its Sleeve

By Tina Casey Photo: Arturo Rivera , Unsplash
U.S. Representative Mark Takano (D-CA) launched the first bipartisan “Energy Storage Caucus” in Congress in 2019, with a strong focus on battery-type technology. That iteration of the caucus seems to have sputtered out, but now…

EXCLUSIVE White House delays biofuel mandates due to political concerns -sources

By Stephanie Kelly and Jarrett Renshaw
 The White House has delayed an annual process meant to decide how much ethanol and other biofuels U.S. oil refiners need to blend into their fuel each year, as it seeks a solution for an…

New York to test green hydrogen at Long Island power plant

By Scott Van Voorhis
The New York Power Authority is gearing up to launch a green hydrogen demonstration project at its gas-fired power plant on Long Island.