Natural Gas is currently the main source of hydrogen production; however, green hydrogen is gaining more and more momentum and might be replacing Natural Gas soon; at least partially. To define it, green hydrogen is a light and a highly reactive fuel, produced through the chemical process of electrolysis. In other words, green hydrogen represents an alternative source of fuel used to reduce carbon emissions on our planet Earth. For the production of “green” hydrogen, the electricity used in the electrolysis process has to be generated from renewable sources such as wind energy or solar energy. Furthermore, green hydrogen contains nearly three (3) times the energy of fossil fuels. Hence, green hydrogen is a more efficient source of energy.
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