The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) successfully completed the acceptance test of the hydrogen-based micro-grid project.

Designed and constructed by Angstrom, the hydrogen-based renewable energy storage system is thought to break through the bottleneck associated with the utilisation of unstable renewable energy.

Angstrom believes that the success of the project proves the possibility of both hydrogen energy communities and hydrogen cities, in which hydrogen would be the critical medium in bringing together renewable energy, power, heat and utilities – and the ability for grid peak-shift.

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Source: Angstrom Advanced

The ultimate goal of hydrogen energy communities is to take advantage of hydrogen as a clean, zero-emission energy source to achieve sustainable development, as well as carbon neutrality.

To date, Angstrom has designed and constructed solar/wind hydrogen-based energy storage micro-grid projects in Massachusetts, US and Jiangsu, China.