Opportunities and Challenges of Industrialization of Hydrogen Production from Natural Seawater

Austin Kingson

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Humans have always been looking for sustainable renewable energy, whether from coal, natural gas, hydropower, nuclear energy, solar energy, wind energy, solar thermal energy, hydrogen energy, etc., each energy has its advantages and disadvantages! 2019 Kuang et al. published "Solar-driven, highly sustained splitting of seawater into hydrogen and oxygen fuels" this paper has given the author a great level of research interest in this topic! The researcher tried to explore the challenges and opportunities that this method actually applied to mass production by thinking about various angles.


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industrialization, hydrogen, natural seawater, renewable energy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31098/jibm.v1i1.219

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