Forbes article contributed by Utility Global CEO, Claus Nussgruber
Traditional hydrogen production methods are cost-effective but come with a high carbon footprint. Green hydrogen typically remains costlier than its fossil-fuel counterparts due to existing hurdles that cause inefficiencies. Balancing the costs of hydrogen production and its carbon intensity is essential for green hydrogen production to fulfill its promise in the energy transition.
To read more go to – Forbes - Navigating the Dynamics: Costs of Hydrogen Production vs. Carbon Intensity