- Japan is turning to hydrogen fuel to meet its net-zero emissions goals by mid-century.
- Hydrogen is a diverse fuel source and can come from a variety of energy sources, including fossil, nuclear, or renewables.
- Japan has recently constructed the world’s first liquified hydrogen carrier and is preparing for a trial run to Australia.
- As global economies look to lower their emissions, hydrogen will undoubtedly have a significant role to play.
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