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Green Hydrogen

Like biomethane, green hydrogen will play an important role in decarbonising sectors where alternatives might be unfeasible or more expensive.

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It can replace fossil-based hydrogen for transport and industrial processes and to start new industrial products, such as green fertilisers and steel.

The storage potential of green hydrogen is particularly beneficial for power grids, as it allows for renewable energy to be kept not only in large quantities but also for long periods of time.

It helps balance out supply and demand when there is either too much or not enough power being generated eg through the variability of renewable energy sources such as wind or solar, or the seasonality of demand patterns across the year.

Domestically produced green gas reduces the need to import gas and directly improves security of supply, energy independence and avoids price volatility.

Green hydrogen production:

  1. Biohydrogen – produced from biogases and biomass
  2. Electrolytic hydrogen – using renewable electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen through electrolysis.
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