Hydrogen has the potential to become a key energy carrier on the road to the energy transition and the answer to the growing energy needs of Europe and the world. Due to the need to ensure energy security and meet the growing demand for clean fuels and electricity, modern industrialisation is looking for solutions that are as efficient as possible, safe for the environment and, above all, environmentally neutral.
The widespread use of hydrogen in the energy transition could have a desirable impact in modern times. Dissemination could lead to:
“Polish Hydrogen Strategy until 2030 with an outlook until 2040” (Warsaw, October 2021) developed by the Ministry of Climate and Environment …
Gaseous hydrogen is one of the fuel alternatives for means of transport previously powered by fossil fuels.
Due to different methods, technology and substrates, we distinguish between different colours of hydrogen. Increasingly, attention is being paid to the accompanying CO2 production in the various processes.
Hydrogen can be applied in the power industry as well as in other industries. The greatest attention is currently being paid to its dissemination in the following areas: transport, energy, agriculture.