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Green hydrogen, also called renewable hydrogen, is different from hydrogen produced from other processes, such as steam methane reforming, various petrochemical processes or coal gasification, because green hydrogen does not emit CO². The electrolysis of water produces, by definition, hydrogen and only pure oxygen. So there is no trace of CO².
Renewable electricity production, especially from wind and solar sources, is booming around the world, and production costs are falling rapidly. H² can be used to store and release renewable energy. Excess renewable electricity can be stored as hydrogen and then used to produce renewable energy.
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