¬†Texas is well-suited to become the leading producer of low-cost hydrogen in the US due to its existing hydrogen infrastructure and proximity to renewables, natural gas and storage resources, according to several people speaking Jan. 12 on a webinar sponsored by the University of Texas. The state is in focus thanks to a US Department of Energy H2@Scale initiative, which is working to develop the disparate parts of Texas’ energy landscape into a singular hydrogen economy. The Demonstration and Framework for H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond project was announced last September and will continue for three years, according to the DOE. The $10.8 million project is intended “to demonstrate how hydrogen production and use can enable grid resiliency, align domestic […]