8.30pm, RTÉ One – Monday 7th December
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and for years, researchers have been studying it as a potential pollution-free energy of the future.
In this episode, Kathriona investigates how aligning wind energy with hydrogen production could be a key part of the decarbonisation jigsaw for transport and heating, Aoibhinn meets the scientists developing new materials and technologies that could split water to produce emission-free ‘green’ hydrogen and Jonathan finds out the latest on the first Irish trials of hydrogen-powered buses!
Meanwhile in Weird Science, Fergus reveals how liquid metal hydrogen could be the future of space travel!
Could #GreenHydrogen fuel our future? We investigate in @10Things_ToKnow About #Hydrogen, Mon 7th Dec, @RTEOne! 🌍🇮🇪💚🔬 @SEAI_ie @EPAIreland @IrishResearch @hea_irl @GeolSurvIE @teagasc #LoveIrishResearch #10thingstoknowabout 📺📺📺@IrishEnergyGuy @RobOConnorDCU @IrelandHydrogen pic.twitter.com/wpJuJfHH4s
— 10ThingstoKnowAbout (@10Things_ToKnow) December 2, 2020