Global renewables will form the bedrock of a low carbon future, but hydrogen could be an essential steppingstone on the path to net zero. To unleash its potential, action is needed both from industry and governments around the world.
Ilesh Patel, Global Strategy and Markets Lead, Energy and Resources.
The Hydrogen Complex - a 60/40 economy
We look at hydrogen as an energy vector in a net zero future, the potential and limitations of the molecule, as well as its different production methods.Learn more
Low Carbon Futures Webinar Series: Hydrogen – what does the next decade look like?
We discussed how the hydrogen ecosystem might evolve, our hydrogen hypotheses for the next decade, promising use cases and priority regions and countries.Learn more
Energy Innovators Podcast: Episode 7 - Hydrogen
What will be hydrogen’s role in the energy transition? In what sectors is hydrogen likely to be incorporated as the low-carbon energy vector of choice?Learn more
Hydrogen could hold the key to a low carbon future
Hydrogen could be an essential step on the path to net zero. To unleash its potential action is needed from industry and governments around the world.Learn more
The hydrogen complex - hydrogen's green production race
This is the second in our three-part series looking at hydrogen as an energy vector in a net zero future.Learn more
The Hydrogen Complex - hydrogen's applications and competitiveness
The viability of a low-carbon hydrogen ecosystem is highly context specific with geography, end use-case demand and coordination being key factors.Learn more
Opportunities for hydrogen to transition to net zero emissions
Hydrogen can play a material role in a net-zero economy. Across all sectors of the economy, hydrogen could meet around 20% of the UK’s energy demand by 2050.Learn more
Green Hydrogen value-chains unpacked
Mapping and analysis of the potential of Green Hydrogen across multiple European markets helped our client’s strategic focus and investment decision-making.Read more