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E Teplinsky et al, Green hydrogen from nuclear?, Energy World, December 2020, p 34

In UK, a report argues that renewable (green) hydrogen remains expensive due to the cost of renewable energy to produce it, and that advanced nuclear reactors are the most promising solution within the required time frame. Furthermore, high-temperature electrolysis also produces useful heat with a relatively small footprint. 

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Journal title: Energy World

Keywords: 1 Surface Transport - 1.9 Hydrogen -

Subjects: Hydrogen - Nuclear -

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