Utilization of carbon-rich fossil fuels (e.g., coal, oil, and natural gas) in our society has led to a significant increase in CO2 emissions, resulting in the climate changes due to the ‘‘greenhouse effect’’. Lately, there is a new concept, known as hydrogen economy, which utilizes hydrogen, generated by renewable energies, as high-density energy carriers instead of electricity.
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