Hydrogen Energy

Hydrogen is the simplest and most sufficient element in the universe. It does not occur naturally. While it exists pleasant much everywhere in the air, in space, in the ground- it is rarely alone. It’s attainable in combination with other elements such as water. Water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen. This measure that it is usually combined with another element, making it mandatory to extract and transform it to make it a usable energy source. Hydrogen also occurs in large organic compounds, for example, hydrocarbons that result in fuels like natural gas, gasoline, propane, and methanol. The biggest challenge to harnessing hydrogen is harvesting it in its purest form.

It can be stored in power cells that develop explosive energy and propel rockets and spaceships. It is volatile and combustible, and, very dynamic.


  • Industrial applications | Vehicular transportation | Production of electricity

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