Hy Stor Energy joins Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
Hy Stor Energy LP has announced it has joined the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) as a Tier 1 member. As a member of the association focused on advancing innovative, clean, safe, and reliable energy technologies, Hy Stor Energy will advocate for innovative, long-duration renewable hydrogen storage solutions and highlight hydrogen's important role in global decarbonization efforts.
"We are proud to join FCHEA and work together with its membership to advance renewable hydrogen that produces zero-carbon and zero-methane at production, distribution, and consumption," said Laura L. Luce, CEO of Hy Stor.
"At Hy Stor Energy, we are focused on developing zero-emission renewable hydrogen technology for long-duration energy storage that will benefit communities while providing reliable clean power."
Hy Stor Energy's first major project, the Mississippi Clean Hydrogen Hub, represents the largest renewable hydrogen project of its kind in the U.S. This project is under development and has multiple sites permitted for energy storage of hydrogen. During its first phase, the Mississippi Clean Hydrogen Hub is expected to produce an estimated 350 tons/day (320,000 kg/day) of renewable hydrogen annually and store more than 71,000 tons (69 million kg) of hydrogen in caverns that will be purpose-built for the safe and reliable storage of renewable hydrogen. This hydrogen hub will serve as a model for other hubs across the nation.
"FCHEA is excited to welcome Hy Stor Energy to our growing membership," said Frank Wolak, President, and CEO of FCHEA.
"Decarbonization goals and the associated economic benefits can only be realized through the innovation and vision of leaders such as Hy Stor Energy. Hy Stor's Mississippi Clean Hydrogen Hub is a model for realizing a future built on reliable, sustainable, and renewable solutions."