Andrew Freedman of Axios reports on a new global nuclear hydrogen group.
- Hydrogen fuel has tremendous potential to decarbonize key sectors of the economy, but faces several roadblocks to implementation including cost and the amount of energy that is needed to produce it.
- A global coalition of hydrogen producers and nuclear energy companies has formed that will collaborate to advance nuclear hydrogen demonstration projects.
- By using energy-dense and carbon-free nuclear energy, rather than renewables, hydrogen production may become more consistent and affordable.
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