Hydrogen may be a climate solution. There's debate over how clean it will truly be

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Long Ridge Energy Generation in Hannibal, Ohio, started burning hydrogen along with natural gas, sending electricity to the Mid-Atlantic grid. Reid Frazier/The Allegheny Front

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HANNIBAL, Ohio — At an industrial site on the banks of the Ohio River, a big blue building with pipes coming in and out of it could be part of the country’s transition to cleaner energy. At least its owners hope so.

Inside is a gas-fired power plant that could generate enough electricity for almost 400,000

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