The hydrogen pursuit is on for energy players in the U.S. looking to develop cleaner forms of energy as the world transitions away from fossil fuels and embraces the Paris Agreement.

Whether the push flourishes or fizzles remains to be seen, given high production costs associated with hydrogen.

Efforts are underway, however, to bring hydrogen energy—the most plentiful and lightest element on the periodic table—to the forefront as a low-carbon fuel source in Texas.

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