The consensus across the energy industry, from producers to vehicle manufacturers to utilities to government, has perhaps never been so complete – hydrogen, with its high energy content and zero-emissions profile, will play a key role in a decarbonized future with reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
As a customer-focused research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) organization, effectively partnering with industry stakeholders for nearly 80 years, GTI is constantly developing innovative technology-driven solutions to energy challenges of all kinds. The Des Plaines, Illinois-based company is uniquely positioned in the research, development, and demonstration space, working across the entire energy value chain from upstream energy production and conversion through delivery to a wide variety of end uses. The organization’s experience with hydrogen goes back decades: GTI’s first hydrogen-related patent, for an innovative fuel cell system, was issued back in 1965. How could GTI bring all this rich experience to bear even more effectively to help meet industry decarbonization goals?
Hydrogen advancement “nerve center”
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