This is the final part of our series looking at hydrogen as an energy vector in a net-zero future. The viability of a low-carbon hydrogen ecosystem is highly context specific with geography, end use-case demand and coordination being key factors.
The consequences of COP26 have been framed as existential for our planet. For the energy sector, hydrogen has been a central focus of the conference, and Baringa Partners believes that industry...
Towards a 60/40 economy: Hydrogen’s net-zero contribution
Whilst we are in the middle of a crisis and our immediate attention is on dealing with the impact of Covid-19 on our economy and society, we must not lose sight of other long-term challenges...
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