Turquoise hydrogen made from pyrolysis ‘is efficient and potentially carbon negative’

Turquoise hydrogen made from pyrolysis is efficient, clean and potentially even carbon negative, according to a ‘Pyrolysis: Potential and possible applications of a climate friendly hydrogen production’ report.

The report, from Hydrogen Europe in collaboration with the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water (DVGW), was published this week to coincide with European Hydrogen Week.

Stephen Jackson, Chief Technology & Market Officer at Hydrogen Europe, said: “Turquoise hydrogen made from pyrolysis is an efficient, clean – potentially even carbon negative – and cost-effective production method that, if properly deployed, will play an important role in growing the hydrogen market and achieving our energy-transition goals.”

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