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These Danish companies have an ambitious plan to create synthetic hydrogen fuels

A group of Danish companies are planning one of the world’s largest synthetic hydrogen fuels production facilities. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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The process of Electrolysis is used for hydrogen fuels production
The process of Electrolysis is used for hydrogen fuels production Image: U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Global demand for pure hydrogen, 1975-2018
Global demand for pure hydrogen, 1975-2018 Image: IEA, Paris

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Competitive production of hydrogen fuels needs cost reductions similar to offshore and onshore wind and solar Image: IRENA
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