A deep dive into the market perspective of a new technology and the rising interest in Hydrogen

Hydrogen has long been touted as the revolutionary fuel of the future, but the cost of production and abundance of affordable, traditional energy sources has suppressed widespread adoption.

Now, the continued fall of hydrogen production costs from advances in electrolyzer technology, the periodic abundance of renewable energy, and government financial support has spurred new investments into commercial scale hydrogen projects. These project however will be constrained by competition with the electrical grid for reliable power, inconsistent production from renewable power sources, and important unknowns in transporting hydrogen domestically and globally that will shape the development of hydrogen in the energy sector.

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