Hydrogen could deliver one fifth of world carbon cuts by 2050: industry group

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The same problem remains, just moved to another location. Atomic energy is still the best answer to produce electicity for this and other probelms.

“As of 1999, the majority of hydrogen (∼95%) is produced from fossil fuels by steam reforming or partial oxidation of methane and coal gasification with only a small quantity by other routes such as biomass gasification or electrolysis of water.[4] Around 8GW of electrolysis capacity is installed worldwide, accounting for around 4% of global hydrogen production (Decourt et al., 2014).”

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