Why hydrogen could be the future of green energy

Could all our cars run on non-polluting hydrogen one day? Image: REUTERS/Alex Gallardo

Jane Burston

Executive Director, Clean Air Fund


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Our fossil fuel dependence hasn't budged in 35 years, but it's high time its shifts towards clean hydrogen like fuels. Image: World Bank, Enerdata, Our World in Data
Growing demand for EV batteries has caused a surge in demand for their raw materials. Image: London Metal Exchange

Hydrogen could revolutionise the way we produce, store and use energy Image: National Physical Laboratory

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