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Themes and Topics

  • Desalination for hydrogen production
  • Fracking and water demands for hydrogen
  • Freshwater vs. seawater in hydrogen production
  • Greenwashing and hydrogen initiatives
  • Hydrogen hub program
  • Hydrogen power projects
  • Impact of hydrogen production on water supply
  • Renewable energy vs. hydrogen production
  • Water consumption in hydrogen production
  • Water-intensive hydrogen projects
  • Green Hydrogen Production Major Risks, Threats

    Here’s an article posted in Food and Water Tech.

    According to the article,

    • Hydrogen power is being touted as the clean energy of the future, but it actually entrenches fossil fuel use and infrastructure, as well as resulting in pollution in frontline communities.
    • Hydrogen production requires a lot of water, and if we meet U.S. goals with the projected energy mix by 2050, it would equal the annual water use of 34 million Americans.

    Interestingly, we have some other posts related to this content:

    Large-Scale Hydrogen Production Risks, Threats: Azo Clean Tech article highlights fossil fuel use, flammability, and energy-intensive process as risks in large-scale hydrogen production. Hydrogen Leakage Risks Along Value Chain – Highlights potential risks due to hydrogen leakage across the production, delivery, and end-use phases, emphasizing the need for careful management to minimize environmental impacts and ensure safety.

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