All around the world, governments are committing to net-zero emissions. Due to this, unprecedented opportunities are being created for renewable energy to replace traditional methods that produce vast amounts of carbon pollutants.
Hydrogen is the most common resource on earth and beyond. It is the base element for 75% of our universe and is found in all living things — animals, plants, and humans — which is why it is considered to be the fuel of the future. Hydrogen is an extremely versatile, clean energy source that can be used across many industries and demand is growing rapidly as governments and companies race to revolutionise energy production.
Hydrogen can be broken down into two main types: emissions generating and zero-emissions hydrogen.
The production methods for this type of hydrogen do not produce any emissions.
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