Currently, industries requiring high temperatures for their production processes, e.g., the steel, chemical and fertilizer industries, primarily depend on natural gas. In the near future, when natural gas consumption is reduced, an alternative will have to be found. Due to the intense heat released when hydrogen is burned, hydrogen is the sole candidate.
However, before the hydrogen can be transported from its production location to widely scattered customers, extremely large investments will be needed, with modifications being made to the gas network and with many additional pressure stations having to be constructed.
However, if H2Fuel technology is used for this, delivery will be possible either by train or by lorry and where the customer is located will no longer be an issue, not to mention the resulting substantial reduction in investments required.