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Re: does hydrogen really destroy ozone layer?
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2018, 19:31:16 pm »

If it takes more than 50 years for hydrogen to become widely used as a fuel, CFCs will have largely disappeared and ozone depletion will no longer be a problem. By then, hydrogen transport and production might also be less leaky.

Aha...thanks to the CFC's...

Nice article, Fabio  ;)