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Hydrogen based energy policy appears to be a bad idea

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gmb42:
An article analysing how a hydrogen based energy policy promoted by fossil-fuel companies looks like an economic bubble in waiting:

https://www.hydrogeninsight.com/analysis/liebreich-hydrogen-is-starting-to-look-like-an-economic-bubble-and-here-s-why/2-1-1334006

Another negative report about possible use of hydrogen for transport vehicles, this time for trains:

https://www.hydrogeninsight.com/transport/will-no-longer-be-considered-hydrogen-trains-up-to-80-more-expensive-than-electric-options-german-state-finds/2-1-1338438

bidrohini:
Thanks for sharing.

Kleinstein:
This looks like a rather industry funded study.  To me this looks it may actually get attractive - otherwise there would be little need to spend money on biases studies to stop it.

Faringdon:
Battery vs Hydrogen fuel cell EVs
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/battery-ev-vs-hydrogen-fuel-cell-ev/175/

Good way to find more such articles on a website....
site:eevblog.com hydrogen EV

nctnico:

--- Quote from: Kleinstein on November 13, 2022, 07:26:46 am ---This looks like a rather industry funded study.  To me this looks it may actually get attractive - otherwise there would be little need to spend money on biases studies to stop it.

--- End quote ---
Indeed. Suddenly countries with no natural resources to speak of but with large, sunny deserts find that they do have a great natural resource: space to put solar panels. Hydrogen makes it easy to sell energy to whoever wants to pay the most. Just recently the Dutch government has reached provisional agreements with several countries to suppy hydrogen. Ofcourse the countries with large fossil fuel reserves don't like that at all.

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