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For the past 50 years, hydrogen has been hailed as the best option for clean energy. It turned out that creating hydrogen, developing fuel cells , and building an infrastructure to distributed it in liquid form was a task harder to achieve than anticipated. 

In the last 10 years, the industry made significant progress: fuel cells are becoming smaller and more affordable; investment in hydrogen-related initiatives increased from both the public and private sector; hydrogen-powered cars are becoming more common, with brands like Toyota and Hyundai taking the lead; and refueling stations popping up (although, still in relatively small numbers compared to electric ones).

In the video below, Neanda Salvaterra of the Wall Street Journal walks us through the recent developments in the technology and why large companies see the hydrogen market to reach a $2.5 trillion (with a “T”). 

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