Researchers highlight hydrogen’s role in New Zealand’s low-carbon future

Research being led by GNS Science is hoping to make green hydrogen a viable replacement for fossil fuels in a range of applications in New Zealand.

The goal of the project is to make green hydrogen affordable and more widely adopted as a viable energy carrier and fuel.

Project researchers hope to achieve their goal by increasing the efficiency of the catalytic process used in splitting water into oxygen and hydrogen.

John Kennedy, Leader of the GNS Science project, said, “We see green hydrogen playing an important role in New Zealand’s low-carbon future.”

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