Yellow Hydrogen: A Carbon Free Method of Developing More Cost-Effective Hydrogen

In the hydrogen industry blue and green hydrogen get most of the press.  They are seen as the two best methods of developing hydrogen while lowering carbon emissions.  Blue hydrogen is the more economic choice for the near term while green is the long-term choice with the expectation that costs will be driven down through government incentives and economies of scale.  But there are other methods of developing carbon free hydrogen today with lower costs.  Nuclear facilities around the world are already generating large amounts of clean electricity and heat.  Both of these can be used to generate carbon free hydrogen.  The International Atomic Energy Agency has developed the Hydrogen Economic

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