A new report analysing the opportunities presented by hydrogen in Northern Ireland’s energy transition has been published.
The study, which was carried out by research group GenComm project partners National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway), Dublin City University and HyEnergy, aims to contribute to the evidence base for the development of a new energy strategy.
It reviews progress Northern Ireland is making towards its decarbonisation goals, the unique challenges and opportunities, and the potential roles for hydrogen in enabling greater renewable energy deployment.
The research team presents the results of case studies for green hydrogen, that produced by electrolysis powered by renewable electricity, deployment in Northern Ireland in 2030.
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MaREI @ NUIG