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The use of hydrogen as a fuel source dates back nearly 200 years, when it powered nineteenth-century air balloon travel. Later, it became important as a chemical feedstock. Today, it holds potential as one of the most promising fuels of the future. The expanded use of hydrogen is receiving increasing support from governments and the private sector to green industrial processes and power generation.