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Green Hydrogen in Transportation, Challenges

Here’s the blog posted by Mckinsey & Company which states how Hydrogen should be in the developing transportation technology and the challenges involved.

As per the blog, Hydrogen must be either in liquid form or transported into ammonia before it can be transported.

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The challenges involved are:

  1. It is costly
  2. It needs to be cooled down to –252 degrees Celsius, which is the lowest boiling point of any element

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