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Frequently asked questions on hydrogen

Frequently asked questions on hydrogen

Hydrogen is present everywhere in nature, but it’s always bonded to other chemical elements. If the electricity used to produce it comes from renewable sources, it’s called “green” or “renewable” hydrogen, and doesn’t produce the CO2 emissions that contribute to climate change. The best use of hydrogen is in the industrial sectors that are hard to abate, which means in those areas where electrification is technically difficult and not very competitive. Here are the answers to any questions you might have about this source of energy.

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