Electrolysis could provide affordable green hydrogen

ITM Power chief executive Graham Cooley has claimed electrolysis powered by renewables could supply low-carbon hydrogen for as little as £48/MWh by the end of the next decade. He told Utility Week this would be cheaper than extracting hydrogen from natural gas and storing the resulting carbon dioxide emissions.

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