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Fossil fuel derived hydrogen is widely used today as a feedstock for industrial processes such as petroleum refining and the production of fertilisers. The significant reduction in costs of renewable energy in recent years has resulted in an increase of the viability to produce so-called green hydrogen using electrolysis. This gives Hydrogen the potential to play a significant role in the rapidly changing energy landscape, driven by the need for our society to decarbonise. With water as a primary input, the generation of renewable Hydrogen via electrolysis marks a significant new area of potential activity for the water industry. There are some left field ideas, too. Like the technology being developed by the Hazer Group here in WA using sewage derived biogas as a source of renewable Hydrogen.
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