FAQ about Green Hydrogen

3. Why is it expensive to produce Green Hydrogen?

Obtaining green hydrogen (H2) is based on the electrochemical method called electrolysis, by which H2 is separated from oxygen, starting from a molecule of water (H2O). With this technology, free H2 is obtained, a 100% sustainable fuel.

The problem, for now, is the impossibility of obtaining large volumes of green H2, as it is a complicated and expensive process. According to the International Energy Agency, a kg of green hydrogen has a price that ranges between € 3.50 and € 5. Until the price is lowered to $ 2 or less, oil will continue to be the cheapest fuel source. Simply put, only after getting a price below $ 2 will green H2 be able to compete with fossil fuels.

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The purpose of this report is to update the reader about the present and future of green hydrogen. Hydrogen is more efficient and cleaner burning, so it is renewable energy and does not harm the environment.

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