Wind-to-Hydrogen Project

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

This site describes the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Wind to Hydrogen Project (Wind2H2). The Wind2H2 project links wind turbines to electrolyzers, which pass the wind-generated electricity through water to split the liquid into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen can then be stored and used later to generate electricity from an internal combustion engine or a fuel cell. The site includes two visualizations, a video describing the project and an animation that demonstrates the system's components.

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Subject: Environmental Science:Energy:Renewable & Alternative Energy, Energy Infrastructure
Resource Type: Audio/Visual:Animations/Video, Images/Illustrations
Theme: Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Environmental Science