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With a new start-up and a consortium in the Netherlands, German automotive supplier Schaeffler wants to significantly reduce the costs of green hydrogen.

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Roger Arnold on Jan 8, 2022

The question that has to be asked for projects like this is whether the production of hydrogen is the most effective way to reduce carbon emissions. Could the power consumed have have been sent to shore to replace a corresponding amount of generation from fossil fuels? If it could, then the hydrogen produced must be charged with the carbon emissions that could have been avoided by sending the power to shore. It's not green hydrogen, it's "fools green".

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