En komentar:Japan bets on hydrogen to lift its ambitious carbon-neutral plans
The idea is to use the power from brown coal, considered so dirty that even Australia’s coal-heavy energy grid is gradually moving away from it, to electrolyze water into its components: hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen will then be liquefied by cooling it to minus-423 degrees and transported on specially built supertankers to a new unloading and storage terminal in the Port of Kobe. From there it can be used to fuel power plants, transport and industry in Japan.
Kilogram CO2 na km iz "čistega vodika"A very useful website has been made to prove this: waterstofgate.nl (waterstof is Dutch for hydrogen). This website has simple calculations of many businesscases, one of them being the production of hydrogen for Japan from Australian brown coal.
With the help of Google translate this website is easily accessible for other languages (direct link to this businesscase).
Conclusion: "Due to the production of hydrogen from lignite and transport to Japan, the emissions of a Toyota Mirai per km come to 945 grams of CO2 per km. The CO2 emissions allowed for passenger cars in The Netherlands are 95 grams per km."
Ne, ni vseeno kakšne ideje se propagira in ponavlja.
Google translate: https://translate.google.com/translate? ... ofgate.nl/