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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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The UK's Observer on hydrogen.

 

learn more from me on 28 July;

https://energycentral.com/event/new-hydrogen-economy-practical-guide-market-entrants-0

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Christopher Neely on Jul 19, 2020

This could be more than just a green energy boom in the U.K., it could help Great Britain turn into an important player in the future of electric and renewable-powered vehicles and beyond. This would be a major step if this little corner of the country can figure out this massive technology. 

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Matt Chester on Jul 20, 2020

It's curious why you're not seeing even more jockeying to corner this market among countries-- there are certainly a handful making more progress among the rest, but you would think in the 1980s if there was a way for nations to spend money to even have a marginal chance at 'winning' the ability to have oil resources on its grounds, there'd be no amount of spending too high. While that isn't how oil worked and it was distributed where it was distributed, hydrogen potentially offers this opportunity for the future. There may be concern about the risk and it not playing out, but you have to wonder if there are going to be countries kicking themselves for not trying to be early movers today

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