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Nuclear energy plants could help accelerate hydrogen adoption with reduced costs

Nuclear energy plants could help accelerate hydrogen adoption with reduced costs

With the breakthrough of hydrogen technology in various decarbonisation strategies across the world, nuclear reactors could be given a new lease of life by providing almost perfect conditions to produce green hydrogen on a massive scale.

It is not often you find two products that, ethically, are at opposite ends of the spectrum but complement each other so significantly. The reputational facelift that nuclear power has needed since it was first introduced in the last century could be realised with the introduction of technologies that utilise by-products of nuclear power to generate alternative fuel sources such as hydrogen.

T2M Global, technology partner of Aberdeen International, and owner of the groundbreaking clean energy technology AES, has recognised the untapped potential that nuclear energy could provide in reducing carbon footprints across the globe.

Read more: Nuclear plants could be the ‘perfect component’ for green hydrogen production

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