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Listen: US hydrogen market emerging around calls for decarbonization

As more US municipalities set ambitious goals to cut greenhouse gas emissions from power generation, transportation and other sectors, use cases for hydrogen are emerging that include fuel cells, direct burning in gas-fired turbines and energy storage applications.

With these trends in mind, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems is launching the Advanced Clean Energy Storage project in central Utah that seeks to develop 1,000 MW of clean energy storage using hydrogen stored in underground salt caverns.

S&P Global Platts discussed the project and other US power market developments with MHPS Americas President and CEO Paul Browning.

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