The Green Hydrogen Revolution: Powering the Sustainable Future

Green hydrogen is a form of hydrogen gas that is created by the electrolysis process utilizing renewable energy sources like sun, wind, or hydropower. Using electricity, this process divides water (H2O) into its component parts, hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2). Green hydrogen is created without emitting carbon dioxide, in contrast to gray or blue hydrogen, which is produced from fossil fuels or natural gas.

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Green Hydrogen Deployment Policy Frameworks

Accelerating the production and use of green hydrogen—hydrogen produced by electrolysis and using renewable energy sources—requires the development of legislative frameworks for its deployment. Governments and international organizations create these frameworks to offer direction and inducement to businesses and investors to fund and advance green hydrogen technology.

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