Cracking the Hydrogen Colour Code
- Jan 27, 2021 8:56 pm GMT
Recently there has been more and more in the media about hydrogen as a future fuel. These discussions often talk about hydrogen using a colour coding – which has the potential to confuse an already complicated matter even further. I thought I had it nailed down for myself until I read an article about turquoise and pink hydrogen! Its more important now more than ever to be open about hydrogen and not hide carbon intensity behind an array of complex terminology. To support discussion I have pulled together a summary of here of where the colour coding is at right now. There is a pdf version to download here. Does anyone know if hydrogen produced from waste plastic has been given a colour anywhere? Please do let me know if you hear of any others and I will add them.
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