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Hydrogen trade: Can shipping deliver a global hydrogen market?

Paul Martin, chemical engineer and process development expert, examines why the large-scale transport of hydrogen and its derivatives has yet to become a reality

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Hydrogen-produced synthetic natural gas (e-gas) – TES Canada case study

Is e-gas made from green hydrogen a cost-effective and efficient use of renewable electricity? We analyse TES Canada’s plan to produce e-gas for use in Quebec’s main gas network as a case study.

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Good hydrogen policy? US clean hydrogen tax credits

Paul Martin, chemical engineer and process development expert, explains how the US has produced rare policy that incentivises truly clean hydrogen production

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Hydrogen for heating? Considering the storage solution (Part 3)

Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Cambridge University, David Cebon, investigates whether energy storage makes hydrogen heating a viable option for a low-carbon future

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Can electrolysers of the future solve hydrogen’s efficiency problem?

Paul Martin, chemical engineer and process development expert, investigates if new advancements in electrolysis can overcome green hydrogen’s biggest challenge

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Clean Hydrogen Definition

How do we know if hydrogen is helping to mitigate climate change, or contributing to increased emissions? We’ve analysed the major hydrogen production pathways and their associated emissions, and produced our own Clean Hydrogen Definition.

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Briefing on the UK Energy Bill

Submitted to the UK House of Lords by the Hydrogen Science Coalition on 28/8/2022, updated on the 9/12/2022.

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How clean is hydrogen, actually? With Prof. David Cebon

In this episode of the Fully Charged Podcast, our member David Cebon speaks with Robert Llewellyn about hydrogen and sets straight a few myths about its uses and cleanliness.

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