The developer of what is said to be the world’s largest green hydrogen production facility said Wednesday it plans to start operations in southern California by 2023, promising to supply the state’s burgeoning market with the zero-carbon fuel at a cost competitive with conventional hydrogen production technology. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now SGH2’s Lancaster, California plant will produce some 40,000 tons of green hydrogen annually, sufficient to fuel 2,200 fuel cell electric vehicles per day. The plant also dramatically expands the US’ announced production capacity for the carbon-neutral fuel, currently estimated at 180,000 tons/year, according to S&P Global Platts Analytics. At a projected production cost of $2/kg, SGH2’s waste-gasification process significantly undercuts existing green hydrogen technologies that rely on electrolysis – a […]