How do hydrogen electrolyzers work?

Payne Institute Faculty Fellow Neil Sullivan is featured in this article discussing how the Colorado Fuel Cell Center has been exploring — and expanding — the possibilities of fuel cells and electrolyzers for a variety of inputs, outputs and applications for more than 15 years now.  Sullivan walks through the process that turns intermittent wind and solar energy into hydrogen that can be stored, transported and used whenever it is needed for chemical production, clean steel manufacturing, transportation and more.  July 10, 2023.