Towards a 60/40 economy: Hydrogen’s net zero contribution
This is the first in our three-part series looking at hydrogen as an energy vector in a net zero future.
Here, we look at both the potential and limitations of the molecule, as well as its different production methods.
Texas: the Hydrogen Export Powerhouse of the future
Texas is positioning itself as a global leader in hydrogen exports, which offers transformative opportunities to repurpose existing storage, transport and export infrastructure throughout the state, and in particular on the Gulf Coast.Read more
How can Australian developers capitalise on the hydrogen export opportunity to East-Asian markets?
The role of hydrogen as an enabler of net zero targets in South Korea and Japan are making a market for hydrogen exports. But how can Australian developers tap into the opportunity?Read more
Can green hydrogen produced in the UK be competitive in the emerging global market?
Hydrogen offers a compelling route to market for offshore wind in the UK that would otherwise be grid constrained.Read more
Global Energy Perspectives: Role of hydrogen
In Baringa's Global Energy Perspective, we look what role hydrogen plays in the future energy system and how the market for hydrogen develops.Read more