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  • August 30, 2016

    Steam-methane reforming: Getting the Hydrogen Infrastructure off the Ground

    The majority of hydrogen produced in the past 50 years and today comes from steam-methane reforming, a process in which high temperature steam from a plant is used to produce hydrogen from a methane source, usually natural gas. Steam methane reforming currently offers a low-cost way to produce the amount of hydrogen needed to kick-start a large-scale commercial hydrogen infrastructure. The shift to producing hydrogen from renewable resources is in the works and will continue to be the preferred way to source hydrogen.