How does hydrogen energy compare to propane energy?



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    Currently, 15 billion gallons of propane is used a year in home, commercial, residential and industrial facilities or used in petrochemical industries to create raw materials: 7.8 billions gallons of hydrogen is produced a year is used by industry for refining, treating metals and processing foods. Hydrogen is produced in California, Texas, and Louisiana, and is consumed in the refinery or chemical plant where it is produced. Hydrogen is more buoyant than propane, if there was a leak it would rise more rapidly. Propane can ignite when the mixture is 3% but hydrogen does not at that level (it has double lean flammability level). A hydrogen flame is invisible during the day and emits a low level of radiation.

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