“Hydrogen … could supply our energy needs, fuel our cars, heat our homes, and help to fight climate change,” the firm said in a recent note to clients. “We believe we are reaching the point of harnessing the element that comprises 90% of the universe, effectively and economically.”

The technology hasn’t taken off to date for a variety of reasons, including that hydrogen is expensive to manufacture since it has to be produced using another energy source, as well as because it’s less energy efficient than fossil fuels.

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