Jeff St. John
Published: February 09, 2021
Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Eni Next back the startup’s plan to make low-cost, carbon-free hydrogen from natural gas. ...Natural gas can also be converted to hydrogen without the carbon emissions, via another spectrum of the hydrogen palette. These include "blue hydrogen” — steam methane reforming with carbon capture and storage — or another technique, methane pyrolysis, that had earned the moniker of "turquoise" for merging blue and green. Read more here.