Energy Transition

Hydrogen power is safe and here to stay

Hydrogen power is one clean and viable replacement for fossil fuel energy in various industries like transportation, energy storage, etc. Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato

Bart Kolodziejczyk

Research Fellow, Monash University

Wee-Liat Ong

Associate Professor, Zhejiang University

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Only 40% of respondents in the survey believed that hydrogen power is safe.
Only 40% of respondents in the survey believed that hydrogen power is a safe alternative to traditional energy sources. Image: Bart Kolodziejczyk

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