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In the journey of industrial development, we are emitting carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases (GHG) in the atmosphere and these gases are creating a barrier to heat dissipation from the earth.


Consequently, the temperature of the earth is rising continuously. We are calling it global warming. Green hydrogen could be the potential solution to curb or stop this undesirable phenomenon.

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Matt Chester on Feb 11, 2021

I think hydrogen can play a key role-- allowing for progress in hard to decarbonize areas like industry and transport-- but it's no magic solution, silver bullet. Hydrogen is really just an energy storage technology, and not a terribly efficient one today-- hopefully with development it can can more efficient and support the profitable overbuild of some renewable sources though while decarbonizing these areas

DR DEBASIS GUPTA on Feb 12, 2021

True that at this moment it is not a commercially sustainable option, but technology is developing fast and with a defined target in many countries.So, I am hopeful for the prospect of Hydrogen in next 20 to 30 years. A combination of wind, solar, small hydro and hydrogen can come out as a sustainable solution.

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