Is There Enough Hydrogen for Everyone?
Challenges facing green hydrogen: renewable energy generation, high production costs
- Is There Enough Hydrogen for Everyone?
- HYDROGEN STRATEGY IN SUNNY REGIONS
- THE WATER PROBLEM / THE POLITICAL PROBLEM
- THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM
- THE COST PROBLEM / NEVERTHELESS: THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE TO HYDROGEN
This report contains a Spotlight article from Springer's automotive technical magazine "ATZ" www.atz-magazine.com. and "MTZ" www.mtz-magazine.com. Springer is a German company affiliated with MarkLines.
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Is There Enough
Hydrogen for Everyone?
In Germany, green hydrogen is claimed to be the panacea for the energy transition in those cases where the direct use of electric energy does not make sense. These include material applications in industry, but also such applications as fuel for mobility on water, in the air, or on land, and particularly in logistics. The ambitions are impressive, but the potentials are less so.
Material from: Frank Urbansky, Freelance Journalist and Author, Is There Enough Hydrogen for Everyone?, IN THE SPOTLIGHT article from ATZ electronics [01-02/2022] [the websites of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, which are available at www.springerfachmedien-wiesbaden.de] reproduced with permission of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH.
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