than being competitors could hydrogen infrastructure complement electric vehicle infrastructure? Whilst light vehicles may not be the pathway for hydrogen, heavy trucks are a little more difficult and therefore in the future it is likely that an alternative will be needed such as hydrogen for those harder to decarbonise part of the fleet. Continue reading Hydrogen vs Electrification: Could hydrogen and electrification have a symbiotic relationship?
My question was particularly focused on why you would make blue hydrogen (hydrogen made from methane gas, with the carbon dioxide captured and stored underground) or green hydrogen (made from renewable electricity) to then combust it in a power station.
Continue reading Why would you use hydrogen for power generation?
Recently there has been more and more in the media about hydrogen as a future fuel. These discussions often talk about hydrogen using a colour coding – which has the potential to confuse an already complicated matter even further. I … Continue reading Cracking the Hydrogen Colour Code
Does the energy transition and digitalisation change the way we need to think about aviation? Continue reading Is the future of flight smaller, local and more decentralised?
Synthetic fuels are a tantalising prospect for zero carbon aviation, marine and haulage. Continue reading Is the future of fuels synthetic?
Globally the ammonia market is worth about 33 billion dollars accounting for a staggering 1.8% of global carbon emissions. Produced under super high pressures from Hydrogen and Nitrogen; Ammonia production is energy intensive and more than a little bit ‘dirty’ … Continue reading Is Ammonia the clean fuel of the future?
I have recently seen more and more articles about Hydrogen in heating and attended conferences where the potential for our heating in the future to be delivered by Hydrogen is widely discussed. Others suggest through increased electrification and improved efficiency a complex Hydrogen … Continue reading Hydrogen may be a bit like Marmite.