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Green hydrogen production costs could be lowered with new method

By reducing the amount of platinum and iridium used in water electrolysis devices, scientists believe they could bridge one of the largest barriers to green hydrogen production.  Hydrogen is a versatile, storable, potentially zero-carbon fuel source, that has been hailed as one of the solutions that will enable countries to reach their net-zero…
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Geothermal power could provide boost to deprived UK areas

Deep geothermal technology uses the heat from naturally occurring water sources deep underground to generate a large amount of usable heat and energy. Carried out in conjunction with backbench Conservative MP Dr Kieran Mullan and experts at the University of Durham’s Energy Institute, the report finds “strong overlaps” between areas…
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