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Nuclear Reactors Could Provide Plentiful Zero-Carbon Hydrogen, If Only We Let Them

Forbes‘ Robert Rapier explains how nuclear reactors can produce hydrogen energy.

The C3 Take
  • Hydrogen is a promising new energy source that could be a staple in our low-carbon economy.
  • Hydrogen energy emits zero emissions and is formed by combusting hydrogen and oxygen to form water.
  • Current methods of making hydrogen energy are either too unreliable or too expensive, but nuclear reactors can fix that by providing affordable and reliable energy.

“If the world is serious about developing a massive clean hydrogen economy, hydrogen from nuclear power has to be given serious consideration. It is the only low-carbon option that is deployable at large scale, and that operates with a high capacity factor.”

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