The Arizona-California border, between the four major metro markets of Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Diego, will soon be home to perhaps one of the most ambitious hydrogen production and utilization sites in the US, featuring advanced transportation test tracks, a hydrogen research institute, a clean fuel airport, marina access and a green housing development.
Hyve 1 is its name, and it’s certainly one to remember. The unique mini ecosystem is a multi-phase clean energy and sustainable living development project that ultimately hopes to produce upwards of four million kg of green hydrogen per annum to support the blossoming North American hydrogen market.
Led by three managing partners, Christopher Barker, Jack Jakub and Robert Hibbs, Hyve 1 is currently developing a 600+ MW solar field, however, green hydrogen will certainly be its number one focus moving forward. “We have an opportunity to redefine what is possible in clean energy, transportation and sustainable living here in the US and across the world,” Barker told gasworld in an exclusive interview.
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