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Hydrogen can be extracted from water by passing a strong electrical current through it. This separates the hydrogen from the oxygen, a process called electrolysis. If the power used is clean — such as solar or wind — the fuel is called “green hydrogen”, which is itself emission-free when burnt. However, experts say green hydrogen also has a big role to play in decarbonising energy-intensive industries that cannot easily be electrified such as steel, cement and chemicals. Powering blast furnaces with hydrogen, for example, offers the promise of making “green steel”. Hydrogen can also be converted into ammonia, to store the energy or as a major input in synthetic fertilisers.

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