August 2021

Hydrogen

Advances in chemical carriers for hydrogen

Is hydrogen the fuel of the future?

Is hydrogen the fuel of the future? This most-abundant element in the universe has, for many years, played a key role in the international space program and in more down-to-earth applications for refinery upgrading and chemicals production, such as methanol and ammonia. However, production of renewable H2 at a competitive cost, and the transport thereof, present key issues that are being studied and progressed by almost every developed country in the world. The benefits are obvious: H2 can be made from many and varied processes and burns completely and cleanly, with only water vapor as a byproduct of combustion. Japan has progressed its H2 economy by developing detailed plans to replace nuc

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