Going forward, there will be increasing demand for a stable and predictable form of long-term energy storage and hydrogen might be a key part of the solution.
Twelve percent of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions come from the cars that you and I drive every day – but we could reduce that number to zero. with hydrogen.
Imagine a future where the most abundant element in the universe can be used as a zero-emission, renewable energy source to power an entire city.
We are now, more than ever, seeing strong interest in hydrogen globally including power generation, zero-emission fuel cell transport (cars, buses, trucks, trains, ships, forklifts, aerospace), energy storage, and industrial uses.
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