Charting a Sustainable Course for the Hydrogen Economy of the Future

November 4, 2021

Hydrogen is an abundant and clean burning gas, so it’s little wonder that many energy professionals consider it the key to powering the sustainable, net-zero economy of the future. The very abundance of hydrogen molecules has given rise to an array of options for producing it as an energy source.

The hydrogen economy is already here

The hydrogen economy is often referred to as a fixture of the future, but the fact is that hydrogen is already ubiquitous. Fertilizer, food processing, refinery operations, toiletries and medicines are among the chief uses for hydrogen today, in addition to its use as a rocket fuel.

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