Brouwer pens op-ed piece in USA Today

AirUCI faculty Jack Brouwer has written an opinion piece in the Sunday, November 24th edition of USA Today.  His topic is repurposing oil and natural gas pipelines after we have moved beyond fossil fuels to store hydrogen which can be created using electolysis, a technology that converts electricity into hydrogen in gaseous form.  This carbon-free hydrogen gas can then be used to fuel the same type of low-emission power plants that are already in use today — zero-emission fuel cell plants.  AirUCI's partner institute, APEP, has tested this technology for over 10 years, and Jack is advocating for creative uses like this for pipelines.
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Monday, November 25, 2019