- May 14, 2020 11:08 am GMT
Dr Massey and I regularly share our 'chinwag' podcast with the community and here we trial the release of a recent transcript. If you want a supremely polished, immaculately presented item - look away now. If however you seek topical and well-informed analysis from two at the very centre of the current energy transition then this may be of interest.
The original podcast can be heard here:
Hydrogen will become an important but not dominant energy carrier in the future. Globally, hydrogen reaches in average 4-11% of the final energy consumption in 2050. In Europe, the relevance of hydrogen is higher compared to the energy..
Clean hydrogen, as shown in the Administration’s Long-Term Strategy of the United States, will be an important element of the nation’s path to decarbonization. Though much remains uncertain, the potential for hydrogen is clear. Focused..
This week, Policy Dispatch takes a look into Africa’s energy transition, the main hurdles that the continent’s 54 nations are facing, and its untapped renewable potential with Saliem Fakir, Executive Director at the African Climate Foundation.
Hydrogen demand is growing, with positive signals in key applications Hydrogen demand reached 94 million tonnes (Mt) in 2021, recovering to above pre-pandemic levels (91 Mt in 2019), and containing energy equal to about 2.5% of global final..
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