As part of a four-part seminar held in January entitled, "Hydrogen: Hype or Hope?", Caetano Rodrigues Miranda and Francesca Baletto give a possible glimpse into the future technical challenges of a hydrogen economy, which include hydrogen production, fuel cell design, storage, distribution and transportation.
As has been noted too many times to even try linking, experts and developers are debating whether the so called hydrogen economy will ever come about. There are many challenges, not the least of which is the distribution of the gas in a very high pressure form. As is par for the course in these types of discussions, Miranda and Baletto disagree on whether hydrogen will be the replacement that is necessary for our current use of fossil-fuels or not.

[Source: MIT News]

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