Here’s why one solar industry veteran is betting big on clean hydrogen


Raffi Garabedian, then the CTO of First Solar, speaks during the National Clean Energy Summit in 2017.

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Raffi Garabedian spent a dozen years developing solar panel technology at First Solar, a photovoltaics company that currently has a market value around $8 billion. The technologist then went on to co-found a clean hydrogen start-up Electric Hydrogen, which he’s currently building out as its CEO.

Garabedian’s career path may seem surprising. While solar power is almost universally accepted as a clean energy source, hydrogen production is often perceived as a shady corner of the climate space where oil and gas companies are using…


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