Exploring the Potential of Hydrogen Production in WA: A Green Revolution?

Exploring the Potential of Hydrogen Production in WA: A Green Revolution?

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WA is capitalizing on its abundance of sun, wind, and space to explore the potential for hydrogen production. Hydrogen has negligible demand currently, but can be made in three different ways: green (splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using renewable energy), blue (dirty method with extra equipment to capture and bury carbon dioxide produced), and offsetting emissions with tree planting. The WA government has proposed a new form of land tenure to make it easier for green hydrogen projects to secure the vast areas they need. Meanwhile, a 37-member team called the „green berets“ will help push hydrogen, battery metals, and critical minerals projects through the system. The best way to reduce carbon pollution is still increasing efficiency, followed by electrifying everything.

Hydrogen and Renewable Energy

Hydrogen is a clean, renewable energy source that has the potential to reduce carbon pollution. According to the International Energy Agency, hydrogen could account for up to 24% of global energy use by 2050. Additionally, the European Commission estimates that hydrogen-based renewable energy sources could reduce global CO2 emissions by 6 gigatons per year by 2050. Hydrogen can be produced from renewable sources such as solar, wind and water power, making it an ideal choice for reducing carbon pollution. Furthermore, hydrogen fuel cells are efficient and reliable sources of energy that can be used in transportation and other applications. With its potential to reduce carbon emissions while providing a reliable source of energy, hydrogen is an important part of the future of renewable energy.
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