Fuel of the future? 8 clean hydrogen projects you need to know about

Billed as the fuel of the future for high emitting sectors from aviation to steel, hydrogen is rapidly moving up the political agenda. While most hydrogen production currently relies on fossil gas as a feedstock, cleaner technologies are starting to come online. ENDS takes you through eight of Europe’s most innovative projects.

by Simon Pickstone
Solar heat to hydrogen: Solar research group DLP has developed a demonstration plant that concentrates the sun's rays to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Photo: DLR/Ernsting
Solar heat to hydrogen: Solar research group DLP has developed a demonstration plant that concentrates the sun's rays to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Photo: DLR/Ernsting

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