With natural hydrogen becoming increasingly popular, more and more start-ups and larger companies are racing to obtain licenses to explore its potential.
According to scientists researching this underexplored alternative, hydrogen can be extracted straight from the ground to supplement hydrogen derived from fossil fuels and renewable energy sources.
Using natural hydrogen removes the most energy-consuming and CO2-emitting part of the process. The process of natural hydrogen involves purification, which makes it a low-carbon activity.
Source: Goda Naujokaitytė Science Business
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