– The amount of water required to produce the projected amount of hydrogen to achieve net zero will be minimal compared with usage from other sectors such as agriculture.
– It is in fact going to be at least 33% less than the amount required by the current fossil fuel energy production activity that it is replacing.
In addition, studies are being carried out to explore the additional benefits of green hydrogen production such as:
– Using wastewater as a source of hydrogen production water; eliminating the need to compete for clean water demand, while at the same time improving the wastewater treatment process.
– Countries with water scarcity problems addressing their water shortage issue through hydrogen.