Hydrogen for heating is gaining steam. Is it safe? November 20, 2023

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Similarly, Physicians for Social Responsibility said heating homes with hydrogen is a prime example where more efficient and less expensive solutions already exist: heat pumps and electrical appliances.
“It’s not that we’re opposed to green hydrogen,” said Barbara Gottlieb, director of environment and health at the physician-led group, which advocates for protecting the public from climate change. “Rather, we recognize that it’s a really scarce commodity, and therefore, it needs to be reserved for those industries or those needs where there aren’t other available options.”

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