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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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Interest in hydrogen is growing, with demand increasing rapidly. It is clear that the next significant transformation in the energy transition will be based on the hydrogen economy, transforming green

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Matt Chester on Jul 2, 2020

Even more important is the medium- and heavy-duty transport sector, where green hydrogen is the most promising zero-emission fuel. Hydrogen’s low weight, long driving range, and fast recharging is especially relevant for heavy-duty vehicles and trains.

I continue to think this is where the economics will make the most sense and the 'green' hydrogen aspect will be most urgent because electricity isn't best suited. If it starts there, though, it creates the infrastructure and market demand for green hydrogen elsewhere too. It's all about knocking out that first domino!

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Charley Rattan on Jul 4, 2020

Yes,  the heavier the task the better placed hydrogen would appear to be to deliver.  World’s first hydrogen excavator announced by JCB this week.

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