29 05, 2023

Why Are Hydrogen Fuel Cells Not Widely Used?

By |2023-05-30T05:19:13+00:00May 29, 2023|Hydrogen|Comments Off on Why Are Hydrogen Fuel Cells Not Widely Used?

Tasmania will soon become the first Australian state to install hydrogen fuel pumps. These will allow a driver to fill up a car that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell. Hydrogen vehicles are touted as a clean energy transport option, as the fuel releases no carbon dioxide emissions. However, this government-funded trial in Tasmania is only a small step toward the widespread adoption of hydrogen vehicles. This article will explore the steps needed before this promising technology breaks into the [...]

14 03, 2023

Hydrogen From Renewables: Its Best (and Worst) Uses For a Clean Energy Future

By |2023-03-15T04:17:05+00:00March 14, 2023|Hydrogen|Comments Off on Hydrogen From Renewables: Its Best (and Worst) Uses For a Clean Energy Future

Hydrogen from renewables will play a crucial role in the global transition to net zero emissions. Like electricity, hydrogen is an energy carrier that can store, move and deliver energy generated by other sources, such as wind, solar or fossil fuels. While clean energy generation, electrification and efficiencies will play the biggest part in global decarbonisation efforts, the unique properties of renewable hydrogen mean it can reduce emissions in certain sectors where electrification is not feasible. This includes shipping, aviation and the production of [...]

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