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Solar Hydrogen: The Ultimate Solution to Prevent More Climate Change is a work of non-fiction focusing on real-world weather issues, socioeconomics, and societal behaviors and was penned by author C. E. (Sandy) Thomas. As the climate crisis becomes a more and more vital talking point every single day, this book seeks to explore a specific area of solution-making, which involves the process of creating hydrogen-based fuels from solar energy. In utilizing these fuels for the production of electricity and for powering vehicles, greenhouse gases can be eradicated, and investors in this new green system can also see the prospect of a return on their money in the future.
Succinct and highly detailed in its presentation, the science behind the Solar Hydrogen Energy System is extremely well explained and made clear, even for the layperson who knows nothing about energy conversion. Author C. E. (Sandy) Thomas takes the climate deadline of 2050 very seriously, as well we all should, and the narration of the book makes compelling rhetoric for the idea of immediate new investments and changes in the way we create and use power. Whilst solar energy has often been mislabelled as ineffective or small scale, this new approach in hydrogen production brings a whole new perspective to energy and what we could be doing to save our world. Overall, Solar Hydrogen: The Ultimate Solution to Prevent More Climate Change is a must-read for those looking to invest in green futures and anyone who wishes to have credible science to use to advocate for change.