Bad Medicine: Why Hydrogen Gas Ain’t No Cure For Intermittent Wind & Solar

There’s a whiff of desperation surrounding wind and solar advocates touting hydrogen gas as the next ‘green’ energy Nirvana.

Renewable energy rent seekers have seized on the concept of producing hydrogen gas using wind and solar as a way of converting useless, unpredictable and unreliable electricity into something that can be used as and when consumers need it; rather than something that depends on the whims of mother nature.

The Great Hydrogen Hoax is now universal, with European crony capitalists pinning their fading hopes on the gas, as Dr John Constable details below.

STOP THESE THINGS

There’s a whiff of desperation surrounding wind and solar advocates touting hydrogen gas as the next ‘green’ energy Nirvana.

Renewable energy rent seekers have seized on the concept of producing hydrogen gas using wind and solar as a way of converting useless, unpredictable and unreliable electricity into something that can be used as and when consumers need it; rather than something that depends on the whims of mother nature.

The Great Hydrogen Hoax is now universal, with European crony capitalists pinning their fading hopes on the gas, as Dr John Constable details below.

Why Europe’s ‘Green’ Hydrogen Hype Is Likely To Flop
Global Warming Policy Forum
John Constable
8 July 2020

The European Commission will present its new hydrogen strategy today. As renewables run into the thermodynamic sands, desperate Net Zero advocates are invoking hydrogen as saviour of the EU’s green energy agenda.

Hydrogen is dangerous; hydrogen is safe; hydrogen…

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