The Future of Heating

The Need To Decarbonize Commercial Heating In Commercial BuildingsIn the US, as in other parts of the world, there is a race to decarbonize. One of the places that the country is looking to decarbonize over the next decade most aggressively is commercial buildings. by Modern ElectronIntegrating Hydrogen into Existing Building Heating OperationsAs countries explore […]

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Natural Gas and Hydrogen

Hydrogen Vs. Natural Gas: Can Hydrogen Live Up to The Hype?With the world still reliant on fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas, to meet its ever-increasing energy requirements, there is a strong push to find and use renewable energy sources, like Hydrogen, to displace fossil fuels. by Modern ElectronClean Hydrogen From Natural […]

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Decarbonization and Hydrogen

Decarbonizing Industrial Processes: Moving Towards a Low-Carbon FutureReducing greenhouse gas emissions from heavy industries is necessary to avoid the devastating impacts of climate change. by Modern ElectronThe US Sees the Sun Finally Rise for The Hydrogen EconomyWe have finally seen the sunrise on the Hydrogen Economy. Especially here in the US, with the passing of […]

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Hydrogen Energy Technology

Best Hydrogen Colors For The EnvironmentWhile the gas itself is invisible, a widely used system of color codes helps to identify and describe how hydrogen was produced. by Modern ElectronUnderstanding Distributed Hydrogen, Its Benefits, and Efficient Hydrogen DistributionDistributed hydrogen refers to hydrogen produced in small quantities, usually through electrolysis and pyrolysis. This allows hydrogen to […]

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Carbon Footprint Reduction Technology

Is Natural Gas Carbon Footprint Significant?Many people may refer to natural gas as the cleanest of all fossil fuels we use. Perhaps that’s why it is responsible for producing a significant portion of the world’s electricity. by Modern ElectronThe Basics of a CI Score (Carbon Intensity Score)Carbon intensity (CI) is a term that is growing […]

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