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New Research on Natural Hydrogen Gives a Global Perspective

Recognised as a renewable, inexhaustible, and environmentally friendly energy source, natural hydrogen presents a promising avenue for future clean energy. It has been detected across various geological settings including oceanic spreading centres, transform faults, and passive margins, primarily produced through processes such as water radiolysis, serpentinisation, and reactions in degassed magma. A new research review by energies elucidates the distribution, origins, and occurrences of natural hydrogen, highlighting its potential as a significant contributor to the energy sector. With advancements in exploration and understanding of its accumulation modes, natural hydrogen could significantly impact the global energy landscape, offering a cleaner alternative to traditional energy sources.

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