Hydrogen is lightweight, flammable gas. Today, it’s mostly used to manufacture chemicals. However, hydrogen also has potential as a fuel for cooking, heating, and transportation.

Currently, most of the world’s hydrogen is produced from natural gas. However, it is possible to producing hydrogen from only water and electricity. This method is becoming more and more popular and has the great advantage of emitting no carbon dioxide in the process.

Renewable Hydrogen

The Rise of Solar and Wind Electricity production from solar and wind is booming. This has put a big dent in consumption of fossil fuels for electricity. However, we’re still highly dependent on natural gas to generate electricity when the sun isn’t shining and the wind isn’t blowing. Furthermore, we’re highly dependent on fossil fuels …

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