Model 7: Turning water into energy
Hydrogen is widely used in the Chemical Industry. Especially for the various cracking processes, in which long hydrocarbon chains under high temperature and the addition of hydrogen disintegrate into smaller hydrocarbon chains, is a large consumer of hydrogen.
But also the harden of vegetable fats for human consumption uses hydrogen. The hardeting is done to have, among other things, liquid palm oil as a solid at room temperature (butter or powders). And how about the fertilizer industry? There, too, a lot of hydrogen is consumed.
The use of hydrogen as an energy carrier is something that has been on the rise in recent years. This can be done both by means of combustion and by supplying current by means of reverse electrolysis.