Global Hydrogen review - IEA
- Oct 4, 2021 10:11 am GMT
Highly anticipated Global Hydrogen Report by the International Energy Agency
After several false starts, a new beginning around the corner
Hydrogen supplies are becoming cleaner … too slowly
Expanding the reach of hydrogen use
Governments need to scale up ambitions and support demand creation
Low-carbon hydrogen can become competitive within the next decade
Meeting climate pledges requires faster and more decisive action
Overall, still very aspirational. Bottom line: more public money is required
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