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Journal of the Hydrogen Energy Systems Society of Japan
Online ISSN : 2436-5599
Print ISSN : 1341-6995
Impact Evaluation of Hydrogen Energy Import on National Wealth Outflow
Masaharu SASAKURA
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2017 Volume 42 Issue 3 Pages 165-172

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The impacts of hydrogen energy introduction on national wealth outflow are evaluated in the study group of CO2-free hydrogen dissemination scenario hosted by IAE.

They are compared with LNG chains not for direct comparison but just for reference because LNG chains are matured but CO2-free hydrogen chains are expected in the future.

Liquefied hydrogen derived from Australian lignite is adopted as a hydrogen energy career because the results of feasibility studies are publicized.

If the liquefied hydrogen is imported in the same amount of heat with LNG, imported amount of money is increased for hydrogen, but domestic reflux money is increased by that increased amount for hydrogen because of the same level of overseas outflow money.

Imported hydrogen, accordingly leads to the creation of new industries and the growth of domestic job opportunities.

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