It has been a remarkable month in the future fuels debate. Big, powerful forces are at play. Propaganda is high, and it is very hard to see the wood for the trees.
Hydrogen, once a frontrunner in the race, has hit a furlong rather like LNG did with methane.
The carbon footprint of creating blue hydrogen, derived from methane in natural gas, is more than 20% greater than using either natural gas or coal directly for heat, or about 60% greater than using diesel oil for heat, according to jo...
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