David Iaconangelo of E&E News reports on a new nuclear hydrogen group.
- The hydrogen and nuclear energy industries have come together to advance a global partnership.
- Known as the Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative, the 40-member group will advocate for policies that support nuclear hydrogen production.
- Hydrogen, which is commonly made with fossil fuels, is an energy dense fuel carrier that could play an important role in decarbonizing key sectors of the economy.
- By using nuclear energy, the hydrogen industry will be able to create hydrogen fuel with a small carbon footprint.
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