All the talk is about clean and green hydrogen as the future fuel, and the role of blue hydrogen in the interim as a bridge to our carbon free utopia. But what’s new in traditional, industrial and merchant hydrogen circles?
What challenges does this dominant but now ‘old school’ hydrogen sector face? And what lies ahead for conventional hydrogen technology against the backdrop of a future in a clean and green hydrogen-fuelled society?
gasworld caught up with leading hydrogen pioneer Rommel Oates who has been spearheading all things hydrogen since his days of researching large-scale hydrogen storage in the late 90’s with world-renowned hydrogen expert, Dr. T.Nejat Veziroglu.
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