Green Hydrogen and Electrolysis – For Net-Zero Emissions
Here’s an article posted in Matthey that talks about the power of Hydrogen and electrolysis for net-zero emissions.
According to the article,
- Hydrogen’s Role in Decarbonization: Hydrogen is a promising energy carrier for achieving net-zero emissions.
- Electrolysis Process: Electrolysis is used to produce hydrogen from water using electricity from sustainable sources.
- Market Growth: The demand for electrolytic (green) hydrogen is expected to significantly increase due to international market expansion and economic incentives.
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