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Green hydrogen in developing countries: World Bank Report

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Green hydrogen in developing countries: World Bank Report


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Matt Chester on Sep 9, 2020

The section on 'why developing countries' is compelling-- while in a situation like this we need to always take care not to place the burden on decarbonization on developing nations who have had a tiny fraction of responsibility towards historical emissions compared with developed nations & ensure that we're not limiting their growth in any way, if hydrogen can be a tool that helps them develop and do so cleaner, more efficiently, and absolutely more cost-effectively and equitably, then it's an idea we should certainly explore. But care must be taken on the socioeconomic impacts, for sure. 

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