Hydrogen is a powerful and abundant source of energy. Hydrogen cannot be directly found in nature but we can obtain it through the electrolysis of water or through coal and natural gas reforming.
The only disposal produced when burning Hydrogen is water, that is why it is consider one of the cleanest sources of energy. Moreover it is far more energetic than any of the traditional fossil fuels.
But Hydrogen also has some serious drawbacks such as the high cost of its production or the sophisticated security systems required.
Now, we are going to report in detail both the positive and the negative aspects of the use of this great source of energy: