• Can green hydrogen save a coal town and slow climate change?

    27 days ago - By Bésame

    DELTA, Utah - The coal plant is closing. In this tiny Utah town surrounded by cattle, alfalfa fields and scrub-lined desert highways, hundreds of workers over the next few years will be laid off - casualties of environmental regulations and competition from cheaper energy sources.
    Yet across the street from the coal piles and furnace, beneath dusty fields, another transformation is underway that could play a pivotal role in providing clean energy and replace some of those jobs.
    Here in the rural Utah desert, developers plan to create caverns in ancient salt dome formations underground...
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