Gazprom is considering several areas for using hydrogen as an energy source, the Russian energy giant confirmed on Wednesday (21st April).
Currently, Gazprom said its facilities produce more than 350,000 tonnes of hydrogen by various technologies, which is then used to derive different products from it, and the company is looking to grow its hydrogen production.
Hydrogen is recognised as an essential area for the implementation of national low-carbon development strategies around the world.
However, hydrogen is a secondary energy source – additional energy is required to produce it – which makes it costly.
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