Tag: green hydrogen

  • Let’s not try to boil the ocean… Or the “case for grey hydrogen“

    Let’s not try to boil the ocean… Or the “case for grey hydrogen“

    I totally get why articles like this are being published: Why the world’s first hydrogen rail may not be as environmentally friendly as it seems. It seems inevitable that just as we’re seeing all kinds of green hydrogen announcements (Germany/Canada deal, Amazon/Power Plug, etc.), there’s going to be a focus on how our existing hydrogen […]

  • Should we be hating on green hydrogen?

    Should we be hating on green hydrogen?

    It’s clear that for us to really see the benefits of a hydrogen economy, we’re going to need to be using renewable sources of energy to create the hydrogen. However, one of the things I’ve been grappling with is the idea that we should be hating on “blue” hydrogen (i.e. hydrogen created from fossil fuels). […]