Wind energy grew by 70 trillion British thermal units in 2001 to 1,700 trillion Btu in 2014. • In the same period, solar energy grew from 64 trillion Btu to 427 trillion Btu and the use of biomass for the production of biofuels grew from 253 trillion …
Most hydrogen produced today comes from fossil natural gas through the steam-methane reforming, or SMR, process – and unless hydrogen can be produced competitively from renewable energy, fuel cell technology risks hitting fossil status, itself.
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It would blunt the high upfront cost of rooftop solar panels, and make them much more cost-effective for consumers. And it would circumvent the electricity market controlled by FPL, Duke Energy, TECO Energy and Gulf Power, which employ one lobbyist for …