An article by Daniel N. Vig
A world desperate for a clean energy fuel is pinning its hopes on hydrogen, seeing it as a way to power factories, buildings and vehicles without emitting carbon dioxide. Hydrogen has a special place in the universe. It is the most abundant element and has the first place on the periodic table. And when clean energy advocates think about how we can replace fossil fuels, they think about hydrogen.
In this article Hungarian energy policy expert Daniel N. Vig looks at how European policy is shaping up on hydrogen production, what role could Russia and Ukraine play about it, and what hydrogen's precise role in the domain of decarbonization could be.
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