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The Roles of Nuclear Energy in Hydrogen Production

Abstract

Fossil resources are unevenly distributed on the earth and are finite primary energy, which is widely used in the fields of industry, transportation and power generation, etc.
Primary energies that can replace fossil resources include renewable energy and nuclear energy. Hydrogen has the potential to be secondary energy that can be widely used in industry for various purposes. Nuclear energy can be used for producing hydrogen; it is becoming more important to convert this primary energies into hydrogen. This paper describes the roles of nuclear energy, as a primary energy, in hydrogen production from the viewpoint of the basics of energy form conversion.

Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: Japan
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2021-12-17
2022-11-28
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