The European Union has a plan to get to net-zero emissions by 2050 and sees hydrogen as a critical component to achieve that goal. Nineteen companies within the EU have already formed a coalition to pursue producing hydrogen from coal and natural gas. But this is not a net-zero emissions solution unless the facilities are also sequestering the carbon emitted. In 2018 only 4% of the hydrogen produced came from net-zero emission sources, electrolysis. This is changing as new investments are being made in hydrogen electrolysis capacity by companies and governments across the globe.
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