Hydrogen Revolution: Charting a Clean Energy Future with Professor Bruno Pollet
In this comprehensive episode of Getting Technetical, hydrogen expert Professor Bruno Pollet explores the role of hydrogen as a renewable energy source. First, Professor Pollet provides an introduction to hydrogen’s potential applications and benefits, such as its high energy content and use in fuel cells, which emit only water as a byproduct. Second, Professor Pollet delves into the challenges and intricacies of hydrogen production, discussing both low-carbon and renewable methods. Professor Pollet emphasizes the urgent need for innovation to minimize CO2 emissions in hydrogen production, aiming for a more sustainable future. From the basics of hydrogen as an energy source to the cutting-edge research in its production methods, this episode offers a thorough look into the potential and challenges of hydrogen in the quest for decarbonization. Whether you’re new to the subject or a seasoned professional, you’ll find valuable insights into the rapidly evolving world of hydrogen energy.
About the Guest:
We’re joined by Bruno Georges Pollet, esteemed chemist and electrochemical engineer at the forefront of hydrogen energy research. As a professor of chemistry, the director of the Green Hydrogen Lab, and co-director of the Institute for Hydrogen Research at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières in Canada, his groundbreaking work is steering towards a more sustainable energy future.