Producing steel and cement result in large CO2 emissions. The steel industry accounts for 7% of worldwide CO2 emissions, while producing cement accounts for 5%.
Can steel be climate friendly?
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Europe has proven that it’s impossible to eliminate the use of fossil fuels without hydrogen and has published a manifesto for transitioning its economy to hydrogen. The paper is available on the internet: “50% hydrogen for Europe a Manifesto”.
While Europe, and perhaps other developed countries, may be able to afford a hydrogen economy, the poor countries of the world cannot.
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…Hydrogen Powered Planes… Europe has proven it’s impossible to eliminate the use of fossil fuels without hydrogen. While Hydrogen is an excellent energy carrier, it’s not readily available and must be extracted from some other compound. Green hydrogen is produced Continue reading Hydrogen Powered Planes→
…Hydrogen, WSJ Spin… The Wall Street Journal just published an article on Hydrogen where half the page was taken up with a propaganda-like illustration worthy of Pravda. It begins with the statement: “In a world shifting away from fossil fuels, Continue reading Hydrogen, WSJ Spin→
…Europe’s Hydrogen Fantasy An Admission of Failure… An appendix in The Looming Energy Crisis provides an overview of Europe’s hydrogen strategy. Two additional considerations need to be examined. Hydrogen storage Cost of energy The physical properties of hydrogen compared with Continue reading Europe’s Hydrogen Fantasy An Admission of Failure→
…Germany Evaluates Fuel Cell Cars… Daimler Benz recently announced they are abandoning their development program for fuel cell powered cars, saying that battery powered cars were more efficient. Daimler’s fuel cell division will become part of a joint venture with Continue reading Germany Evaluates Fuel Cell Cars→