Wind-to-hydrogen Project about to get Started in North Dakota
"This is really kind of a breakthrough project, using the wind to produce hydrogen," Dorgan said. "It's an exciting conclusion for me to see this project take shape."
Dorgan said the plant, which is about the size of a garage, uses intermittent power from wind turbines to produce and store hydrogen fuel without creating pollution.
The project is a collaboration of Bismarck-based Basin Electric Power Cooperative, the University of North Dakota's Energy and
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