Duke Energy, with GE Vernova and Sargent and Lundy, will soon be breaking ground on a “one-of-a-kind end-to-end” system later this year. The project will serve as a demonstration of a system to produce, store, and combust 100% renewable hydrogen at Duke Energy’s DeBary solar plant in Florida. The project will use the existing 74.5 MW DeBary solar plant to power two 1 MW electrolyzers to produce hydrogen, which will then be stored nearby. During peak energy demands the hydrogen will be delivered to an upgraded combustion turbine that can combust a natural gas/hydrogen blend or up to 100% hydrogen.

Read more about the project here: U.S. Power Heavyweights Unveil Hydrogen Power-to-Power Demonstration (powermag.com)