Hydrogen could play a major role in slowing global warming. But currently its production emits large amounts of climate-harming CO2. Are there more sustainable ways of producing this energy source?
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Thanks to Portugal's high sun exposure, the nation has the potential to produce green hydrogen for Europe. The EU-backed Green Flamingo initiative may enable it to ship the green gas from the port of Sines to Rotterdam.
Siemens Mobility and Deutsche Bahn have started developing hydrogen-powered fuel cell trains and a filling station, which will be trialed in 2024 with view to replace diesel engines on German local rail networks.
Germany wants to become the world leader in hydrogen technology as it strives to spearhead a drive to meet its energy needs with the most abundant element in the universe. Here's what's so astonishing about hydrogen.
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