Hydrogen 101

Hydrogen is the most abundant chemical element, estimated to contribute 75% of the mass of the universe. It is a clean alternative to methane, also known as natural gas and contains approximately three times as much energy as oil. 

Hydrogen can be produced from a variety of resources, such as natural gas, nuclear power and renewable power, like solar and wind. Harnessing hydrogen on a large scale will give us the ability to fuel our communities. 

Below are some resources to learn more about Hydrogen from the DOE and the Economist:

Guidance and Requirements Table | Department of Energy

A Citizen’s Guide to the NEPA: Having Your Voice Heard | Department of Energy
NETL Study Assesses Appalachian Region’s Potential To Develop a Hydrogen Economy

Nikola Accelerate Change Event

Hydrogen can be used to power vehicles, generate electricity, power industry and heat our homes and businesses. It is the key to a more economical and environmentally friendly future.