Has Hydrogen's Time Finally Come?

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With economies hit by COVID-19 eyeing a catalyst for recovery, prospects are ramping up for green hydrogen use in power generation and other critical arenas.

April 5, 2021
Mary B. Powers, Debra K. Rubin, Michael Dumiak, and Pam Radtke Russell - Engineering News-Record

Global conditions to harness the potential of hydrogen to fuel the developing clean energy transformation—particularly technology innovation, political investment and growing acceptance that climate change is a reality—finally appear to be lining up. While reports have noted hydrogen eyed as a fossil fuel replacement as far back as Jules Verne’s 1875 novel “The Mysterious Island,” with costs high and changemaking slow, it never captured the market many hoped for.

Reprinted courtesy of Mary B. Powers, ENR, Debra K. Rubin, ENR, Michael Dumiak, ENR, and Pam Radtke Russell, ENR

Ms. Rubin may be contacted at rubind@enr.com
Ms. Russell may be contacted at Russellp@bnpmedia.com

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