The modern grid, electricity or hydrogen?
- Jul 21, 2020 4:12 pm GMT
Electricity and hydrogen are both energy carriers that are secondary energy sources produced by the conversion of primary energy sources like coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear energy, solar and wind energy.
The primary energy sources can be renewable or non-renewable.
Every energy source has detractors and its inherent risks and drawbacks, therefore, the more services that can be extracted from a single source and can be conveyed along a single corridor the easier it will be to provide light, heat, water and transportation or those who need it.
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