50 shades of gray-green: not all hydrogen is created equal

Posted on March 24, 2021 | Atlantic Business Magazine | 0 Comments

Greenhouse gas emissions, with their attendant financial and environmental costs, have accelerated the transition to renewable power options and sparked increased investment in related research and development. Bottom line: companies are anxious to find ways to cost-effectively decarbonize.

Technological advances make wind and solar-generated power more accessible, but those options aren’t always economically feasible or practical. According to the Government of Canada, that’s where hydrogen will increasingly come into play. The government expects hydrogen fuel cells could ramp up decarbonization in transportation (for example in heavy duty trucks, trains) and areas of heavy industry.

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