An off-grid Hydrogenics hydrogen storage loop facility, including an electrolyser and fuel cells, at Glencore's Raglan mine in northern Quebec, Canada, which converts excess energy from a 3MW wind turbine into hydrogen (and then converts the hydrogen into electricity). Photo: Hydrogenics

Are off-grid green-hydrogen wind/solar farms a good idea?

Renewables projects could be directly connected to banks of electrolysers, rather than the electricity network

24 September 2019 12:03 GMT Updated  24 September 2019 12:03 GMT