Blue Hydrogen: What You Need to Know
What is blue hydrogen, and is it really a viable energy source or appropriate for certain uses?
The Potential of Hydrogen for Decarbonization
RFF’s Jay Bartlett and Alan Krupnick evaluate the production, storage, and transportation costs of “blue” and “green” hydrogen to identify near- and long-term methods for reducing industrial feedstock emissions.
Hydrogen could fuel U.S. energy transition. But is it safe?
Lynn Rigsbee was sitting on her couch on a Tuesday morning last year when an explosion knocked her to the floor.
9 recommendations for getting US hydrogen hubs right from the start
Over the last year, hydrogen has gained significant momentum as a pathway to reduce pollution, create jobs and drive economic growth.
How green is blue hydrogen?
Currently, most hydrogen is produced by steam reforming of methane in natural gas (“gray hydrogen”)
How Much of This Hype for Hydrogen “Energy” is Just Smoke and Mirrors?
The recent outpouring of attention and funds for hydrogen just distracts from renewables, while doubling down on pollution.
Atmospheric implications of increased hydrogen use
Research into the atmospheric impacts of fugitive hydrogen emissions in a future UK hydrogen economy.
Dangerous chemical leaks have injured workers at one of America’s largest meat processors
A pipe weld in the plant had ruptured, filling the room with a white cloud of ammonia gas…
EU’s clean hydrogen plan raises dirty doubts
Methane leaks from non-renewable hydrogen could pollute more than coal and natural gas.
Shanxi’s ‘Hydrogen Valley’ Plans Built on a Dirty Secret
Coal-rich Shanxi province wants to be China’s “hydrogen valley,” a production base of clean fuel.