Building the first ETS with National Grid

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Standard Hydrogen Corporation (SHC) and National Grid have established a partnership for development and deployment of hydrogen infrastructure

.  The first activity under this partnership: they will introduce the first SHC Energy Transfer System™ (ETS), which is planned for the capital region of New York, pending regulatory approval.

This project will be the world’s first demonstration of SHC’s innovative, multi-use, hydrogen-based energy storage facility.  The ETS will execute the SHC multi-revenue model, overcoming high capital costs of hydrogen infrastructure to accelerate its deployment.  It will set the stage and attract investment for future expansion of stations.  As proposed, the station will be designed, built and operated by SHC with services delivered to National Grid and their customers. 

This first ETS installation will exhibit onsite renewable hydrogen production, long duration electrical energy storage, and DC fast charging capabilities for electric vehicles, among other functions. 

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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