Abstract: The general rise in environmental and anthropogenically induced greenhouse gas emissions is driven by worldwide population growth and a growing appetite for clean energy, industrial production and consumer consumption. Moreover, well-established, developed and emerging countries are looking for fossil fuel and petroleum resources to support their aviation, power utilities, industrial sectors and consumer processing needs. As emerging technological advances in clean energy technologies progress, there is a growing trend to overcome these challenging concerns and achieve the Paris Agreement priorities. Hydrogen is expected to be implemented in various manufacturing applications as a fundamental fuel in the development and production processes of future energy carrier materials. This paper summarizes recent developments and hydrogen technologies in fuel refining, hydrocarbon processing, materials manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, aircraft construction, electronics and other hydrogen applications. It highlights the existing industrialization scenario and describes expected innovations including theoretical scientific advances, production of green raw materials, potential exploration and renewable resource integration. Furthermore, this article discusses some of the future socioeconomic implications of hydrogen as a green resource.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.125133

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