Best Of 2020

World’s Largest Green Hydrogen Plant Will Soon Be Turning California’s Trash into Ultra-Cheap Fuel

 Andy Corbley
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 – Innovative renewable sources of fuels, such as hydrogen, have tremendous potential to provide affordable access to energy for those without it. The fact that technology creates hydrogen fuel from trash makes it absolutely mind-blowing. 

California will soon be the home of the largest trash-to-hydrogen power plant in the world.

Similarly to the iconic scene at the end of the Back to the Future film, scientists will be using trash such used paper, old tires, textiles, and plastic to produce the cheapest and greenest hydrogen energy on Earth.




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