Power to Hydrogen’s VP of Business Development Alex Zorniger spoke recently with Columbus CEO about hydrogen fuel cell production in Ohio.
Zorniger expects Power to Hydrogen to benefit from its proprietary green hydrogen technology in light of recent federal legislation like the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Columbus companies pH Matter and sister firm Power to Hydrogen are looking toward manufacturing of green hydrogen electrolyzers within the next few years—machines that produce hydrogen from solar or wind electricity at a cost competitive with natural gas.
“This could be huge for Ohio,” says Alex Zorniger, Power to Hydrogen’s spokesman. “There are situations where we can already produce green hydrogen for $3 per kilogram [equivalent to a gallon of gasoline]. The subsidy could put hydrogen completely on par with fossil fuels, which would be transformational for hydrogen and clean energy.”