Could 2022 mark the tipping point for the green hydrogen industry?

Michael Holder
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Europe's largest PEM hydrogen electrolyser opened last July in south west Germany | Credit: Shell
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Europe's largest PEM hydrogen electrolyser opened last July in south west Germany | Credit: Shell

A 6GW pipeline of green hydrogen projects is being primed in the UK and Europe over the next two years, but experts fear key pieces of the policy puzzle still need putting in place

Could 2022 be the year in which green hydrogen produced using renewable power moves from 'nice idea' towards a mainstream, bankable investment proposition? Hydrogen has rapidly moved up the agenda over...

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