To avoid increasing instability and consequently ‘blackouts’ of the power grid, massive investments into energy infrastructure are a must!
Isn’t it great how many private house owners had solar PV panels put onto their roofs do something against Climate Change?
We see that hydrogen is becoming more competitive, especially as LCOEs for solar PV and wind energy are decreasing.
This post focuses on several ways of hydrogen production, looking deeper into the underlying processes and green hydrogen technologies.
Earths most significant natural resource, capturing 75% of all baryonic mass, is hydrogen. Nonetheless, it has been overlooked for centuries.