Hydrogen Energy Progress VIII, Volume 1
The three-volume Proceedings include: (a) national and international hydrogen energy programs; (b) various hydrogen production methods; (c) transmission, storage and distribution of hydrogen; (d) hydrogen-hydride technology; (e) utilization of hydrogen by transportation, industrial, commercial, residential and utility sectors; (f) environmental effects and benefits of hydrogen energy system; (g) economics of hydrogen production, storage, transmission and utilization.
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