Nel Hydrogen's 135 MW Glomfjord electrolyzer plant, 1953-1991


The Renewable Hydrogen Alliance promotes using renewable electricity to produce climate-neutral hydrogen and other energy-intensive products to supplant fossil fuel consumption.

Why This, Why Now?

As the West moves to increase its reliance on renewable energy, surpluses of renewable electricity will also rise in frequency and intensity. Along with that, the incidence of curtailed renewable generation and negative wholesale market prices will also increase. Deployments in Europe have caused the cost of electrolyzer technologies to drop. In short, the need for this technology is rising at the same time that the costs are dropping. A trade association can help pave the way for these technologies that hasten cost-effective deployments that will lower the cost of addressing climate change.

How to Get Involved

Renewable Hydrogen Alliance website

More Information

RHA Descriptive Brochure


Power to Gas: Opportunities for Greening the Natural Gas System, Flink Energy Consulting for NW Natural, 2018.

Gas for Climate: How gas can help to achieve the Paris Agreement target in an affordable way, Ecofys, 2018.

Power System Flexibility Strategic Roadmap, Ecofys for European Copper Institute, 2015. 

The Coming of Electrofuels, David White, Linkedin, March 27, 2018.

Renewable Hydrogen, Fuels, & Chemicals, Gerry Snow, Linkedin, October 13, 2017.