The hydrogen molecule is increasingly seen as a cornerstone of the energy transition and decarbonisation drive to meet global warming targets.
Low-carbon hydrogen can be mass-produced from a steam methane reformer coupled with carbon capture capabilities or from electrolyzers powered by renewable electricity (solar, wind, hydro, etc.) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Cost-effective renewable energy production areas are often far from the highly industrialized and densely populated areas where energy demand is concentrated. As a result, transport plays a key role.
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