Hydrogen hubs — leave gas in the ground July 31, 2023

Dr. Barbara W. Brandom | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Consider this post by Physicians for Social Responsibility: If you burn a mix of hydrogen and methane in your home, not only are you still exposed to air pollution, but there is a greater risk of explosions, and all gas-burning appliances must be replaced.

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