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The Emperor's New Hydrogen Economy
Updates: Chapter 6 – Hydrogen from Sustainable Sources

Last updated 2024.03.01

Of late, there has been a lot of hype about 'natural' or 'geologic' or 'white' or 'gold' hydrogen. This is the stuff folks are finding by accident, when looking for something else (e.g., fossil methane, water, chromium), and usually with unpleasant results in the first encounter.

I don't cover that hydrogen source in the updates to this chapter, as it is not a sustainable source. Rather, like the fossil methane or chromium, it is a finite resource. Further, each reported case of such finds to date indicate there are continuous fugitive emissions from these points of discovery, and elemental hydrogen entering the atmosphere is effectively a greenhouse gas, which is the opposite of sustainable in a warming world.

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