“The hydrogen economy of the future has been tempting researchers for decades with the promise of cheap, abundant, zero emission fuel. Now, finally, hydrogen fuel cells and fuel cell electric vehicles are slipping into the mainstream. That’s all well and good, but the hydrogen economy will not be a sustainable one until renewable hydrogen enters the scene.
The problem is that the primary source of hydrogen today is natural gas. The good news is that multiple sources of renewable hydrogen have been identified, and a new report from the organization Energy Independence Now (EIN) provides a good rundown on the emerging options.”
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