Bioeconomy discussions are typically centred around
carbon. How to reduce carbon emissions? How to increase soil carbon? What about
carbon sequestration? How do we support low carbon fuel development? These are
all common questions.
In recent years there’s been a newcomer to these
discussions, hydrogen has entered the debate with proponents and detractors
questioning the potential and value of a future hydrogen economy.
However, the most abundant element on earth and the
second most abundant in biomass, is rarely a topic of conversation. The reason
behind this lies in the focus of the bioeconomy on the supply of biofuels and
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