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68. Green Hydrogen: miracle or mirage? - Redefining Energy podcast
- Feb 15, 2022 9:33 am GMT
As we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the seminal book by Jeremy Rifkin “The Hydrogen Economy” and the astronomical amount of non-sense it contained, we wanted to have a real look at the prospect of Green Hydrogen. Beyond bombastic claims such as “History will look back at 2022 as the year that hydrogen started to reshape the world”, we have decided to dig deep into the technology and prospect of Electrolysers.
And there is no better guest to talk about electrolysers than Graham Cooley, CEO of ITM Power. ITM Power is one of the largest electrolyser manufacturers in the world, and has deep pockets to pursue a very aggressive expansion. What is true now, and how does the horizon looks like for green hydrogen?
In other words, is Green Hydrogen a miracle or a mirage?
Anything you want to know about Hydrogen, go to our friend Paul Martin and his Hydrogen Science Coalition. https://h2sciencecoalition.com/
Link to the Irena Report: Geopolitics of Green Hydrogen https://www.irena.org/publications/2022/Jan/Geopolitics-of-the-Energy-Transformation-Hydrogen
A nice video of Electrolysers in action (Humberside Project – UK) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97lA75HocBw
Thank you to our partner DLA PIPER
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