5 Insightful Books To Read About the Hydrogen Economy

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There are many books out there that are great reads for anyone interested in the hydrogen economy. With that being said, some books are better than others and go into more detail. These books are insightful and will really make you think. Below are 5 of those books.

1) The Hydrogen Economy: The Creation of the Worldwide Energy Web and the Redistribution of Power on Earth

This book, written by Jeremy Rifkin, is one of the best ones to read. It focuses on helping people move away from the destructive times of oil and towards hydrogen. It is very clear and comprehensive and argues a great case.

2) Hydrogen Economy

The authors of this book are P K Pahwa and G K Pahwa. This book explains the importance of using hydrogen as energy, looks at the usefulness of moving, dispensing, and using hydrogen, looking at how safe hydrogen is, and looking at any possible hazards there might be.

3) The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities, Costs, Barriers, and R&D Needs

This book was written by the National Academy of Engineering. This book looks at many things, including opportunities, costs, barriers, and R&D needs. It goes into depth on all of these things and really gives a comprehensive idea of the factors that go into deciding whether or not hydrogen is the way to go.

4) The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities and Challenges

There are 8 main authors of this book who contributed writings. The editors are Michael Ball and Martin Wietschel. This book stands out from others on the subject because not only does it have the perspective of multiple different people, but it also covers every aspect of using hydrogen. It even covers environmental, socioeconomic, and geographic impacts on hydrogen. It also covers the aspects of meeting a growing demand for transport energy over a long period of time.

5) The Solar Hydrogen Civilization: The Future of Energy Is the Future of Our Global Economy

This book, written by Roy McAlister, is great because it completely shoots down any myths surrounding hydrogen. Another great thing about this book is that it uses many diagrams and is a great starting point for anyone looking for information.

As you can see, these books are ones that will make you think and will give your information that you might not have already known about the hydrogen economy. If you are interested in learning more about this topic, give these books a chance. You won’t be disappointed!