Fuel for Thought: Alaska looks to ammonia from natural gas as part of energy transition strategy

August 25, 2021

Derived from the most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen fuel is clean, flexible, and energy-efficient. Current projections indicate that by 2030 the hydrogen economy could be worth $500bn. Yet hydrogen power has had a historically bumpy ride—and there are still obstacles to widespread adoption. Could recent innovation, pushes to decarbonise the energy sector and a global interest in reaching a “net zero” world at last make hydrogen commercially viable?

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