Stanford University's, Adam Brandt, conducted a life-cycle assessment of hydrogen production from geological subsurface accumulations, exploring its potential as a green energy source. Brandt's analysis delves into the environmental impact of extracting geological hydrogen, considering factors like climate change effects and gas purity. While challenges remain, his findings suggest that further research is warranted, with geological hydrogen extraction potentially rivalling the benefits of "green hydrogen" production from water splitting.
Assessing Feasibility of Natural H2 as a Green Energy Source
Updated: Nov 23