Creating A Green, Zero Carbon, Zero Nuclear, Sustainable Future Using Sustainable, Renewable Hydrogen To Fuel Cars, Trains, Ships, Homes, Trucks, Generators, And Power The Grid When Sun Is Not Shining By Storing Solar/Water Energy – Examples of Various 100% Hydrogen H2 Powered Cars | A Green Road Journal

Over the past decade, the European Union has widely been viewed as being ahead of the renewables curve, and it recently-launched new hydrogen strategy has only served to cement its credentials. The EU has a highly ambitious plan to install 40 gigawatts of electrolyzers within its borders and support the development of another 40 gigawatts of green hydrogen in nearby countries by 2030 that can export to the EU. That is a good 320x the current global installed capacity of 250 MW. But one desert country could soon make the EU’s hydrogen plans seem pedestrian: Australia is single-handedly developing a monster 15,000-megawatt project that will generate hydrogen for export, potentially making the world’s driest continent the ‘Saudi Arabia of renewables.’Australia is single-handedly developing a monster 15,000-megawatt project that will generate hydrogen for export, potentially making the world’s driest continent the ‘Saudi Arabia of renewables.’

Creating A Green, Zero Carbon, Zero Nuclear, Sustainable Future Using Sustainable, Renewable Hydrogen To Fuel Cars, Trains, Ships, Homes, Trucks, Generators, And Power The Grid When Sun Is Not Shining By Storing Solar/Water Energy – Examples of Various 100% Hydrogen H2 Powered Cars | A Green Road Journal