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Research is going forward to produce hydrogen based on nuclear energy. Hydrogen production processes necessitate high temperatures that can be reached in fourth generation nuclear reactors. Technological studies are now under way that aim to define and qualify components that in the future will enable us to retrieve and transfer heat produced by these reactors. Hydrogen combustion turbine power could be one of the solutions to our future energy needs, particularly when it comes to on-peak demand for electricity, but until recently the problem with hydrogen power was its production for use as an energy source. Although hydrogen is the most common element in the known universe, actually capturing it for energy use is a process that itself usually requires some form of fuel or energy.
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