Nuclear power and hydrogen ‘may cut climate change’

The Sunday Times

The Sunday Times

September 13, 2020

This article features the Missing Link report about how to tackle the difficult-to-decarbonise sectors to achieve net zero by 2050. LucidCatalyst authored the report and TerraPraxis is disseminating it. Using nuclear power to generate hydrogen could help limit global warming and clean up heavy industries, a report has claimed. Hydrogen is rapidly turning into the holy grail for environmentalists and big oil companies alike, because the only by-product of its combustion is water. The government is committed to the UK achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

This article features the Missing Link report about how to tackle the difficult-to-decarbonise sectors to achieve net zero by 2050. LucidCatalyst authored the report and TerraPraxis is disseminating it. Using nuclear power to generate hydrogen could help limit global warming and clean up heavy industries, a report has claimed. Hydrogen is rapidly turning into the holy grail for environmentalists and big oil companies alike, because the only by-product of its combustion is water. The government is committed to the UK achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050.