July 2022, Vol. 249, No. 7


Taking a Look at 5 Opportunities in a Hydrogen Economy

By Angel Wileman, manager of the Thermofluids Section, Mechanical Engineering Division, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)  The United States and many other countries have set goals to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 or sooner. To achieve this end, entire economies will need to be decarbonized.  Some of the largest carbon contributors are the power generation, transportation, residential gas and manufacturing industries. For more than a century, petroleum products have fueled these activities, and extensive capital has been invested worldwide to build up petroleum-based processes and infrastructure.   Upending the fossil fuels industry and redesigning the power grid in one fell swoop wou

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