FORBES | Hydrogen is the hottest new energy source being discussed in Brussels at the moment, and a group of eleven European gas infrastructure companies have come out with a plan for how to transport this new fuel across Europe.
Hydrogen gas is produced as a byproduct of industrial processes or power generation, and can then be used as a fuel itself. Because it can be produced as a byproduct of renewable energy generation (so-called ‘green hydrogen’), it holds great promise as a zero-or-low-carbon fuel. It would also be a way to deliver more energy from traditional fossil fuel power generation (so-called ‘brown or grey hydrogen’). Its development, however, remains in very early stages as companies experiment with how to extract, transport and store it.
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