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DEVONPORT, Australia, June 23 (Reuters) – Green hydrogen is often touted as the future of energy, providing a flexible and zero-emission fuel for transportation and electricity generation.
The problem is how long will it take for that future to become reality.
An example of the immense challenges facing a hydrogen future can be neatly encapsulated by looking at Tasmania, Australia's island state that is seeking to become a global leader in producing and exporting green hydrogen.
Hydrogen can be initially confusing as a veritable colour palate is used to describe the various ways the fuel is produced.
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Column: Green hydrogen may be energy's future, but it's complicated
DEVONPORT, Australia, June 23 (Reuters) – Green hydrogen is often touted as the future of energy, providing a flexible and zero-emission fuel for transportation and electricity generation.
The problem is how long will it take for that future to become reality.
An example of the immense challenges facing a hydrogen future can be neatly encapsulated by looking at Tasmania, Australia's island state that is seeking to become a global leader in producing and exporting green hydrogen.
Hydrogen can be initially confusing as a veritable colour palate is used to describe the various ways the fuel is produced.
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