Two decades ago, Jason Goodhand was working in Hydrogen. But he says it’s different now. “Whether it’s renewable energy, or oil and gas, every sector is trying to ramp up to have enough people to work on hydrogen projects. And it’s incredible how fast it came around this time.” How has the market developed? What’s changed over the last twenty years? Did he just say “electrolyzer”? We talk about the journey to scale the industry, the goals of a 100% renewable grid, and opportunities for hydrogen in synergy with other renewables. “I don’t think lithium will get us there” …. let’s look at the business case for clean hydrogen and who’s tackling the challenges to bring it to market at scale.
This is part two of our Green Hydrogen Mini-Series. Hear them all as they are released this week on SunCast.
Episode 1 – Nexus of Deep Decarbonization & “The Inevitability of Hydrogen” with Sheldon Kimber, CEO Intersect Power
Episode 2 – The Green Hydrogen Opportunity with DNVs Global Energy Storage leader and Hydrogen Industry Veteran, Jason Goodhand
Episode 3 – The Role of the Large Energy Companies, partnership opportunities, existing infrastructure, and more from a top 10 Oil & Gas analyst, RBC’s Biraj Borkhataria
Episode 4 – Role of New Technologies – with Raffi Garbedin, Co-founder of Electric Hydrogen (formerly CTO of First Solar)
Episode 5 – Decarbonizing Hard-to-abate Sectors Like Steel with Joachim Von Sheele, Global Director of Commercialization at the world’s largest industrial gas company, Linde, who is also building the world’s largest Electrolyzer.
There’s a lot we dig into today, so sit back and enjoy
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