Author: By Tyler Campbell
Date Published: 11 October 2022
Photo Cred: H2Tech

Nuclear power plants can produce pink H2 in various methods, mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. On day 2 of the Hydrogen Americas Summit in Washington D.C., co-hosted by the Sustainable Energy Council and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), a panel discussion on the potential role of nuclear and pink H2 within the energy mix took place titled, “Nuclear and Hydrogen: Opportunities for the Future,” followed by a brief Q & A.

John Kotek, Senior Vice President for Policy Development and Public Affairs for the Nuclear Energy Institute, moderated the panel, joined by Kathryn Huff, Assistant Secretary for the Office of Nuclear Energy and Steve Chengelis, Director of Transformative Nuclear Technologies for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).

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