Is hydrogen the next great prize?

Hardly a week goes by without a government or a company announcing a new hydrogen plan or project. The enthusiasm for hydrogen is understandable: whether it is used in a fuel cell to produce electricity or burned in an engine to produce heat, the only ‘exhaust’ it creates is water vapor. As more and more governments commit to net-zero-emission targets by mid-century, hydrogen becomes an appealing energy carrier to decarbonize hard-to electrify sectors, such as heavy industry and long-haul transport. For all the hype, though, hydrogen will not become the new oil Source: Thijs Van de Graaf

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