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Green hydrogen is one of several key silver bullets the energy transition has been looking for. Carbon free and magicked from water using a lot of clean electricity, it’s the perfect supplement for a world that’s set to be oversupplied with green solar and wind power. Before that, producers will make grey hydrogen from natural gas and, by adding carbon capture technology, blue hydrogen.

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Matt Chester on Nov 23, 2020

Carbon free and magicked from water using a lot of clean electricity, it’s the perfect supplement for a world that’s set to be oversupplied with green solar and wind power

Is this a bit of a chicken and egg, though? There's hesitance to overbuild solar & wind today because it's uneconomical when there's nowhere for that energy to go, but the green hydrogen production designed for such oversupply isn't there because it's uneconomical until that continuous and affordable energy is there? 

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