Hydrogen can be produced at a wind turbine site for $5.55 / kg in the near term to $2.27 / kg in the long term, explains ‘Wind Energy & Production of Hydrogen & Electricity – Opportunities for Renewable Hydrogen’ prepared the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory. A second analysis examined if wind could produce hydrogen in a distributed fashion, where a windfarm signals a remotely located electrolyzer that would allow the electrolyzer to run only when the wind is blowing.
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