Questions Answers: Hydrogen and Fuel

questions answers: Here are some questions and answers about the venture ; Why hydrogen Japan has few fossil fuel resources and relies heavily on imported liquefied natural gas LNG coal and nuclear power, which has been curtailed since the Fukushima meltdown in 2011, according to The Japan Times. The mountainous, natural disaster-prone country is struggling to ramp up its renewable energy production, and is therefore investigating a variety of fuel alternatives. The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain HESC is a joint Japanese-Australian project intended to produce plentiful, affordable fuel for Japan. It has invested heavily in hydrogen, which produces only steam and no carbon dioxide when burnt, making it the focus of some interest. It uses it in microfuel cells for residential buildings, experimental power plants and fuel cell vehicles, but production domestically is limited and expensive. Japan currently produces hydrogen domestically, in liquid and compressed gas forms, mostly from natural gas and oil. ( As reported in the news.

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