Nope. The only two common ways to produce hydrogen that I'm aware of are to process it our of nat gas or electrolysis to separate it from water. With nat gas you are still relying on a processed fossil fuel and from water requires large amounts of electricity to produce the hydrogen and has low efficiency.
Perhaps electrolysis of hydrogen might be a reasonable thing to do to recover / store some excess power generation from off peak times or intermittent sources like wind or solar. For production of hydrogen as an energy carrier for use in say vehicles about the only practical sources of the energy are nuclear or tidal / wave power.