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Hydrogen: A Fuel for the Future? A Look at its History and Evolution
Hydrogen is one of the most abundant elements in the universe, and for centuries, scientists and inventors have been exploring its potential as an energy source. In this blog post, we'll look at the history and evolution of Hydrogen as an energy source, including some of the critical milestones and breakthroughs that have shaped the development of the hydrogen economy.
February 14, 2023
Hydrogen's Role in the New Grid
The current electrical grid is a complex network of power generation, transmission, and distribution infrastructure built over many decades. While it has served us well in the past, the grid is facing several challenges driving the need for a new, more modern, and flexible grid. These challenges include the increasing integration of renewable energy sources, the need for greater resilience and reliability, and the growing demand for electricity from electric vehicles and other new technologies. Additionally, the current grid was not designed to handle the integration of a high volume of distributed energy resources and is facing challenges of balancing the supply and demand of the generation sources, often resulting in energy loss and inefficiency.
February 2, 2023
Announcement: Funding + Team Growth
It is our pleasure to announce a pre-seed round of $2M with participation from Y Combinator as well as founders from software and climate technology companies. We also want to recognize the contributions of new team members.
February 22, 2022
Call to Action: Green Hydrogen
Ask a friend to make a list of the main technologies that will wean humans off of dirty fossil fuels. If they put green hydrogen anywhere on the list, it's probably near the bottom.This is a misconception. The reality is that green hydrogen is one of the very few climate solutions that, like wind or solar, may play a leading role. For several hard-to-decarbonize sectors of human activity -- summing to ~30% of total emissions -- there are few renewable solutions besides green hydrogen.
February 21, 2019
We connect hydrogen supply and demand, so wind and solar can replace more fossil fuels.
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