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Founder/President/CEO shares his Hydrogen Production strategy

GridZero Green Hydrogen is part of our Energy group and intends to build and operate a network of hydrogen production plants onsite at many of the EVPowerHUBZ

locations. We believe today's hydrogen technologies and already proven equipment will be a key energy driver towards the net zero emission future goals of 2035. Making Green Hydrogen (GH2) is not a new technology, it has been around a very long time. The limiting factor up to recently has been the cost to produce GH2 fuel.

 

video explaining the benefits of Hydrogen 

Advancements in the manufacturing of water-based electrolyzers combined with a reduction in cost of generating solar and wind power have allowed for a cost effective means of building smaller GH2 micro-production plants that can offset GH2 distribution costs. GH2 is considered the key fuel for use in  transitioning to a zero emission future.

 

In the U.S, green hydrogen development got a major boost via the Inflation Reduction Act’s passage. The law offers $3/kg in tax incentives for producers of green hydrogen fuel for projects built through 2032, known as the 45V credit. The law also has earmarked $30 billion in subsidies for the hydrogen sector. GridZero intends to take advantage of these incentives and tax credits.

 

Of the 15 MW + of power estimated to be produced by even our minimum EVPowerHUBZ location, we intend to dedicate10 MW and portion of the atmospheric water we will also generate onsite to producing up to 4,500 kg or more of Green Hydrogen fuel (GH2) daily. Our larger or regional GZ Solar & Wind Energy Farms will allow us to increase that production and provide GH2 fuel to our small footprint H2EV EnergyHUBZ.  

Our Green Hydrogen fuel will not only be used to recharge vehicle fuel cells, but to power our fleet of ClubLimoLiner coaches. long-haul trucking operations, and to power on-site backup generators for EV fast charging.  Other commercial applications may arise and be driven by access to clean hydrogen we produce locally. The ability to make GH2 fuel on-site reduces the need to purchase and transport this fuel to us, further reducing emissions and our carbon footprinbt.  

The above videos shed more light on the history of Hydrogen use and types. Also see the video on by forbes on The Hydrogen Economy on our Zero Emissions Strategy webpage. 

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