Are hydrogen power plants smaller than other power plants?



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    Very few hydrogen power plants are even planned yet, but the ones planned by BP and the California Energy Commission aren’t going to be very small at all. BP is planning two hydrogen power plants, with generating capacities of 475 and 500 megawatts, in Scotland and California. The California Energy Commission has just certified a 250-megawatt Hydrogen Energy California (HECA) Power Project in West Kern County. The average generating capacity of a coal-fired plant is 225 megawatts, so it doesn’t look like hydrogen power plants will be smaller than other power plants.

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