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My work on the Energy Collective is focused on the great 21st century sustainability challenge: quadrupling the size of the global economy, while reducing CO2 emissions to zero. I seek to...

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While green and blue hydrogen claim most of the limelight, turquoise hydrogen is emerging as an interesting alternative. It sidesteps the chicken-and-egg challenge of CO2 transport and storage infrastructure availability, and it can capitalize on high-value markets for pure carbon to reach commercial maturity.

Although the technology is still at a relatively low technology readiness level, the economic case is compelling, and the pathway to profitable commercial deployment is clear. The following popular science article provides further details.

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Audra Drazga on Sep 15, 2022

Schalk - thanks for the shred article!  

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