February 18, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
Companies from Norway and France have teamed up to develop ways to produce hydrogen with low carbon emissions.
Equinor of Norway and Engie of France are exploring the production and market potential for “blue” hydrogen. It is derived from natural gas in which carbon emissions are captured. Without carbon dioxide emissions, hydrogen could help reduced emissions from heavy-energy industries, including cement and steel production.
Most of the world’s hydrogen is produced from natural gas, but it’s still an unsustainable practice as carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere.
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