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Emerging Trends and Challenges in Pink Hydrogen Research

Abstract

Pink hydrogen is the name given to the technological variant of hydrogen generation from nuclear energy. This technology aims to address the environmental challenges associated with conventional hydrogen production, positioning itself as a more sustainable and eco-efficient alternative, while offering a viable alternative to nuclear power as a source of electricity generation. The present research analyzes the landscape of pink hydrogen research, an innovative strand of renewable energy research. The methodology included a comprehensive search of scientific databases, which revealed a steady increase in the number of publications in recent years. This increase suggests a growing interest in and recognition of the importance of pink hydrogen in the transition to cleaner and more sustainable energy sources. The results reflect the immaturity of this technology, where there is no single international strategy and where there is some diversity of research topic areas, as well as a small number of relevant topics. It is estimated that the future development of Gen IV nuclear reactors, as well as Small Modular Reactor (SMR) designs, will also favor the implementation of pink hydrogen.

Funding source: This research has been supported by Diputación de Ávila (Spain) for the project 2020– 2024 PT 2022_002, in the framework of CTC, Innovation and Entrepreneurship of the Territorial Development Programme of Ávila and its Surroundings.
Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: Greece ; Spain
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2024-05-10
2024-07-25
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