Hydrogen can be produced from and converted into electricity at relatively high efficiencies and can be stored in gaseous form, liquid form, or in the form of metal hydrides. Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe. Almost all of our chemical fuels are based on hydrogen, although in a bound form as hydrocarbons or other hydrogen compounds. To limit climate change caused by the global increase in CO2 emissions, solutions must be found for generating carbonneutral and, therefore, sustainable fuels. This requires, among other things, that hydrogen is produced using renewable energy sources. Hydrogen gas has the largest energy content of any fuel, making it a very good ‘vehicle’ for holding and distributing energy. The stable chemistry of hydrogen also means you can store energy longer than any other medium. Hydrogen gas gives you opportunities to do a lot of other things. You can produce ammonia and you can use it to fill fuel cell electric vehicles.
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