Texas Green Hydrogen Complex
Clean Energy on a Massive Scale
By the Numbers
emissions produced when hydrogen is used as a fuel to power buses, trucks, ships and cars
metric tons per day of green hydrogen produced, making it the largest green hydrogen facility in the U.S.
gigawatts of wind and solar power used to power the facility with zero emissions
metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions eliminated annually if all the green hydrogen from this facility were used in the heavy-duty truck market
metric tons of CO₂ expected to be avoided over the project’s lifetime, equal to avoiding emissions from ~5 billion gallons of diesel fuel
years of experience safely producing and distributing hydrogen
Investment in Texas
investment in the state of Texas
in expected tax benefits to the state over the course of the project’s lifetime
construction jobs created
permanent jobs created to operate the facility
transportation and distribution jobs created
largest green hydrogen facility in the U.S.
How It Works
which will generate green hydrogen by running a current through water to separate the water into oxygen and hydrogen.
The green hydrogen will then be used to fuel heavy-duty transportation—like buses, trucks, trains and ships—and decarbonize
hard-to-abate industries—such as steelmaking and cement production—with zero emissions.
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