Hydrogen energy

Hydrogen which is the most abundant element in our earth’s crust can be generated from several resources like renewable and nuclear energy. It is considered to be same as that of electricity as a clean energy carrier.  It is an important carrier of energy in future and has a number of advantages as it has high efficiency, low polluting fuel, power generation and heating.  In order to separate the hydrogen from the other compounds the steam reforming is the technique which is least expensive for generating. The other method is electrolysis.

As it is easily made from the renewable resources it joins electricity as the important energy carrier in the future.

  • Energy Carrier
  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell
  • Energy Storage
  • Future of Hydrogen

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