Another mainstream article by The Guardian covers natural hydrogen. It talks about the Bourakébougou village in Mali which has powered itself for over a decade with an unexpected abundance of naturally occurring "white" hydrogen, harnessed from an accidental discovery during a failed water drilling attempt. Geologists believe that similar untapped reservoirs of white hydrogen in various regions, including the US, Australia, and parts of Europe, could revolutionise the world's energy landscape.
Accidental Discovery of Natural Hydrogen in Mali
Updated: Nov 23