Decarbonising the final 20 per cent: Is hydrogen up to the challenge?

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Many governments expect hydrogen to play a critical role in reaching net zero
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Many governments expect hydrogen to play a critical role in reaching net zero

Many governments are hoping hydrogen can bridge the most difficult sections of their net zero roadmaps - but precisely how hydrogen will enable deep decarbonisation is not yet clear, a new report from Edison warns

Hydrogen is set to play a key role in decarbonising the final 20 per cent of global energy consumption, but at present neither green hydrogen produced using renewable power, nor blue hydrogen produced...

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