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u/Acanthas · 3 pointsr/japan

Renewable hydrogen can be produced using solar and or wind energy. Here's a great book that lays it out

Here's what Germany is doing:
>To date, according to press material provided by Mercedes-Benz, Linde produces half of the hydrogen for existing fuelling stations from sustainable energy sources. The gas is obtained from crude glycerol, which is a by-product of biodiesel production. Biodiesel, as the name indicates, is a carbon-neutral fuel produced from plant life and other biological sources.

>Linde also splits water molecules by passing a current through the water, with the electricity procured from wind power generation.

u/chopchopped · 2 pointsr/California

China does not think "all that h2 stuff is garbage". Quite the contrary, they are prioritizing hydrogen/fuel cells as detailed in the "Made in China 2025" paper. FC excerpt here:

Hydrogen is how to store excess solar energy

>LA Times: California invested heavily in solar power. Now there's so much that other states are sometimes paid to take it

Solar Hydrogen: The Fuel of the Future