The professor’s idea is that hydrogen is dangerous. If a container with hydrogen blows up there will be a devastating effect. This should be mentioned in the paper. Though if a reliable source found proving the opposite, it can be mentioned. You should conclude your paper with a recommendation (to a major company or a big investor) on whether to invest or not in green hydrogen. You may focus on any aspect of the topic that interests you: major companies; the practices in specific countries; specific technologies that you think may be more productive than others; etc. Structure of the paper:
After an initial introduction, you should discuss the drivers of the renewable energy investment story. That is: global warming (also called climate change); pollution and its role in pushing investment in renewable energy; the amount of money likely to be in play; government regulations—national, state/regional, or municipal–and subsidies which may favor (or disadvantage) investment in renewable energy; the potential in particular countries, including developing countries, for investment in green hydrogen;
comparative costs of renewable and fossil fuel technologies; the element of belief, sometimes called dreams, in major investment shifts, e.g., whether the green hydrogen story is part of the dream of the circular economy; the impact of the covid 19 pandemic; and the potential role of millions of electric car owners as a lobbying force to shift the world into a re-thinking of energy and pollution—including shifting into the use of green hydrogen. You should then discuss examples of successful (and/or unsuccessful) hydrogen installations.
Explain the technology, and whether or not it has wide application throughout the world. Discuss at least one major company in this field. Make sure that you discuss the costs of this technology and whether or not it has a cost advantage over other renewable energy technologies. You should conclude your paper with a recommendation (to a major company or a big investor) on whether to invest or not in green hydrogen.
Your paper must be fully documented. Under no circumstances should you infringe the copyright on published material. Setting aside all ethical issues, it is now fully detectable using the internet. Some hints: https://www.theweek.co.uk/electric-cars/101196/hydrogen-fuel-cell-vs-battery-electric-cars-which-are-better link explaining that hydrogen is worse than batteries that are used now. Hydrogen battery needs more recharges.
It’s dangerous to ride hydrogen vehicles because the container with hydrogen can blow up We can say it is dangerous but controllable. Many things are dangerous, so hydrogen might not be that dangerous. It might be possible to make it safe. We looking at hydrogen as an investment issue Aliso Canyon gas leak – if it was hydrogen not gas the consequences would be devastating. Other gas leaks could be taken as an example https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliso_Canyon_gas_leak