Green hydrogen could be Boeing’s answer to climate change

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Green hydrogen could be Boeing’s answer to climate change

Hydrogen fuel produced using renewable power could finally turn the aviation industry green Stories about “green hydrogen” fly across my desk almost daily, claiming it to be the answer to some of our most difficult energy challenges. But what is “green hydrogen?” And why are some experts hailing as one of the most exciting new trends in sustainable power? Simply put, what makes hydrogen fuel “green” isn’t what it is, but how it is made. Hydrogen is made by using electricity to electrolyze H2O — water — separating the hydrogen…

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