Hydrogen Coops Look to Wind Power

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Poland, China and New York couldn’t be further apart on a map, but all three locations are interested in the hydrogen plans offered by U.S. Wind Farming. The company has entered into a development contract for a 100 MW wind energy and hydrogen cooperative in the Baltic Sea region of Poland and at two sites in China, and a hydrogen cooperative attached to a 350 MW gas-fired facility in upstate New York. U.S. Wind Farming plans to contract with GE Wind for turbines and Stuart Energy for integrated hydrogen generation technologies. Cooperatives formed through U.S. Wind should have the ability to create electricity for sale during peak load requirement times, and produce hydrogen for sale during off-peak times.
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