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Hydrogen (H2.TV) has to be produced industrially and currently 95 percent of this is done using non-renewable energy such as coal or gas. This does not add anything to the environmental balance, on the contrary: even more pollutants are emitted into the atmosphere. However, the situation is currently changing because more and more electricity can be generated efficiently from solar cells. This means that hydrogen can also be produced regeneratively.