Hydrogen may be useful, but how green can it really be? asks Roland Kupers.
It has been used for centuries: from lifting the balloon that Jacques Charles floated over Paris in 1783 to being an integral part of ASML’s monumental chip-printing machines. Over recent decades, a grander hydrogen economy...

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Roland Kupers

Roland is an advisor on Complexity, Resilience and Energy Transition and the author of A Climate Policy Revolution: What the Science of Complexity Reveals about Saving the Planet.

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