Calling hydrogen a zero-emissions fuel is wrong, new study says — energy industry cries foul

Clean hydrogen is a fuel the Biden administration believes will be part of the toolkit necessary to propel the U.S. to zero emissions by 2050, not to mention a 50% cut in those emissions as soon as the end of the decade. But a peer-reviewed study out Thursday argues that the fuel's credentials need reconsideration.
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