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What is green hydrogen. And what is your energy potential?

The decarbonization of industrial and energy processes has promoted the search for ways to replace fossil fuels, the main emission agents of greenhouse gases that cause climate change. Because it does not generate CO2 (carbon dioxide) in its production and burning, green hydrogen emerges as an alternative, and has been called the “fuel of the future”.

Unlike other forms of hydrogen that are already used in industry, green hydrogen does not generate polluting gases, has a high energy capacity and functions as a form of clean energy storage. However, there are still logistical obstacles to mass production.


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