Large-Scale Hydrogen Production Risks,Threats
Here’s an article posted in Azo Clean Tech.
According to the article,
- Large-scale hydrogen production involves the use of fossil fuels, which can contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.
- Hydrogen is highly flammable and can be dangerous to transport and store.
- The production process requires a significant amount of energy, which can be expensive and may not be sustainable in the long term.
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