Green, blue and other shades of hydrogen

Issue 1118 - 21 Jan 2021

Most of the industrial hydrogen currently available is produced from natural gas through a steam methane reforming process; this is known as ‘blue hydrogen’. In contrast, ‘green hydrogen’ is produced by applying electric currents generated from renewable energy sources to water, in the process breaking H2O into its hydrogen and oxygen components.

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