TFI publishes a guide to the hydrogen economy

How the fuel of the future can become an energy source for today.

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Back in 2003, George W Bush predicted it would usher in “a cleaner and more secure energy future”.

18 years later, Elon Musk called it “staggeringly dumb”.

The vision of a hydrogen economy is certainly divisive. And it’s taking a long time to materialise.

To be fair, Musk was talking specifically about hydrogen as a fuel source for cars. His scepticism was merited in that context. Individual passenger vehicles may not be the best application for hydrogen fuel cells.

But in a broader sense, the hydrogen vision remains compelling. After all, it promises limitless free energy and, in the right circumstances, not a single atom of pollution. What’s not to like?

Well, the fact that it’s still seen as ‘The fuel of the future’ after all these years means there are complications. Hydrogen is running out of time to prove itself as a credible answer to the global energy conundrum.

But as the climate crisis grows ever more urgent, many countries and companies are willing to undertake the R&D necessary to make hydrogen viable.

If you’re interested in the future of green energy, you should have some understanding of what the fuss is all about.

That’s why we produced this report as a layman’s guide: ‘Is Hydrogen The Fuel of the Future?’

Relevant Sustainable Development Goals

This report details in simple terms where the hydrogen economy ideal stands at the moment, and how it can contribute to a clean energy future.

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