Is hydrogen really a scam?

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Is hydrogen really a scam?

Traver Kennedy of Joi Scientific takes a closer look at some of the barriers preventing widespread deployment of hydrogen as a clean fuel

The concept of the hydrogen economy was first predicted as early as 1923, when JBS Haldane gave a lecture at Cambridge University in which he calculated the exhaustion of coal-produced energy and how hydrogen-based...

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