Decarbonization Avenue : Green hydrogen

A hydrogen economy is so full of low-carbon possibilities. But hydrogen is currently produced mainly from fossil sources - mainly natural gas and through coal gasification, both of which have significant carbon footprints.

What if the hydrogen were produced through a process with a very low carbon footprint, such as an electrolysis of water through electricity sourced from renewable sources such as solar or wind power?

If green hydrogen were to become technically and more important, economically feasible, it would mean a tremendous decarbonization boost to almost all the sectors that use fossil fuels today - such is the potential of green hydrogen to usher in a low carbon future.

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