Az energetikai átmenet kérdései: A hidrogén kihívásainak és lehetőségeinek feltárása

Navigating the energy transition: Exploring the challenges and opportunities of hydrogen


  • ORBÁN Alexandra
  • BACIU Călin
  • KIS Boglárka-Mercedesz
  • SILYE Lóránd
  • SZALAY Roland
  • TARI Gábor


hydrogen, energy transition, low carbon emission, white hydrogen, /, hidrogén, energetikai átmenet, alacsony szénkibocsátás, fehér hidrogén


Hydrogen plays a key part in the energy transition since it emits no carbon dioxide when burned. Industrial manufacturing of green, black/grey and blue hydrogen does not appear to be the most environmentally beneficial solution and is also not cost effective. Therefore recent studies focused on the identification of natural (white/gold) hydrogen sources.


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