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Narrator: Our energy system is evolving, and there are plenty of sustainable solutions that can keep us powering ahead.
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One of these solutions is hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe.
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There are a couple of different ways to produce hydrogen, like with natural gas, or by using
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electrolysis from renewable sources.
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Hydrogen can power cars, support our electricity system.
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Is used in many industrial applications and can even be used for energy storage.
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The only by-product of burning hydrogen is water.
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And new technology means that carriers like ammonia
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can store and transport hydrogen to where it’s needed.
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There are many opportunities for collaboration,
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and Australia could take the lead.
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CSIRO is investing in research that will help ensure hydrogen has a role to play in our energy future.
[Music plays and CSIRO logo appears with text: Australia’s innovation catalyst www.csiro.au/energy]