In an electrolysis process, the water molecule can be split into hydrogen and oxygen by the use of electricity. This process has high energy demand. Thanks to the descending trend of the renewable energy price, the production of hydrogen and its storage have become more competitive. The hydrogen can be stored and when needed can be combusted in a fuel cell to produce electricity and heat. The emission of the latter process is water, i.e. zero-emission technology. ———-***———-
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