McDermott International, Ltd has joined a consortium of public, private, and academic partners collaborating on a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) project—Demonstration and Framework for H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond.
The project is supported by DOE’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond intends to show that renewable hydrogen can be a cost-effective fuel for multiple end-use applications, including fuel cell electric vehicles, when coupled with large, baseload consumers that use hydrogen for clean, reliable stationary power.
McDermott’s participation will add additional expertise to the team’s capabilities in the delivery of integrated energy infrastructure and underscores McDermott’s commitment in advancing hydrogen as a key driver to low carbon and affordable energy. The project will leverage Texas’ extensive resources—wind power, solar energy, underground salt-dome storage formations, hydrogen pipelines, natural gas infrastructure, international port operations, and a large, concentrated industrial infrastructure—to demonstrate the potential of DOE’s H2@Scale initiative.