Containing the Smallest Element: Adapting Carbon Expertise Critical to Solving Hydrogen-Related Challenges

The smallest element in the world brings with it big potential and hopes. The easily escapable element is being eyed as one of the big answers to arguably the largest question of our time. How does one decarbonize without destabilizing?

As the world grows, with that growth fueling an ever-increasing demand for energy, and more energy being consumed across the globe every day, the reality of a decarbonization equation that addresses the climate change questions adequately – without throwing the global economy into a tailspin, curtailing developing nations’ progress, driving inflation to higher levels, and most importantly, jeopardizing energy security on a massive scale – becomes more elusive.

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