Green Hydrogen: The New Utility Frontier

Green Hydrogen: The New Utility Frontier

There is a growing overproduction of electricity from solar and wind, but solar in particular, especially in the Southwest. Utilities are in a rush to find ways of saving this electricity and balancing their systems.

Batteries and other storage systems are all on the table, along with what may have the most promise: green hydrogen. This is hydrogen made by electrolysis, using surplus electricity.

The Europeans are ahead of us, but more and more U.S. utilities are looking at hydrogen as the companion to alternative fuels.

The briefing will be moderated by syndicated columnist and broadcaster Llewellyn King. Sheila Hollis, USEA Acting Executive Director, will give opening remarks.

General audience will be allowed to participate in questioning, but news outlets will be given preference. Following the event, a recording will be available on the USEA website.

We will be joined by journalists Jeff Beattie of The Energy Daily, Rod Kuckro, freelance, and Andrew Moore of S&P Global.


Sheila Hollis

Former Acting Executive Director, U.S. Energy Association
Of Counsel and Chair, Duane Morris

Llewellyn King

Creator, Executive Producer & Host
White House Chronicle

Mark Eisenhower

Partner, Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure

Bruce Hallbert

Director, Technical Integration Office, LWR Program
Idaho National Laboratory

Michael Green

General Manager, Nuclear Power
Arizona Public Service