Marina Valls at RenewableUK reveals how green hydrogen could help catalyse the next phase of UK decarbonisation
In its vision for the UK's transition to net zero, RenewableUK predicts that installed wind capacity will surge six-fold to more than 120GW by 2050.
Cooking and heating could be powered by hydrogen produced from offshore wind as part of gas network firm's H100 project
Collaboration will investigate uses for hydrogen at Uniper's retiring coal plants as it takes aim at becoming carbon neutral by 2035
But roughly $150bn of subsidies, carbon pricing and more supportive policies may be needed for green hydrogen to reach full decarbonisation potential, finds analyst