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Behind the hydrogen hype

image credit: In this week's episode, the team is joined by Gniewomir Flis from Energy Revolution Ventures. We examine the hype that surrounds green hydrogen and what role, if any, it can have in the energy transition.
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From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Watt Matters is a podcast all about the energy transition and the shift to a decarbonised economy.

The use of hydrogen as part of our future energy mix has been debated for several years. For it to have any future, in a decarbonised economy, hydrogen must come in its “green” guise—produced using renewables-powered electrolysis.

While there has been a lot of noise, investment and even some pilot projects launched, green hydrogen’s role in a decarbonised economy of the future has yet to be truly defined and it is a topic that creates strong views.

In this week’s episode, the team is joined by Gniewomir Flis from Energy Revolution Ventures who has previously worked alongside Michaela as project manager for Hydrogen at Agora Energiewende. In our discussion, we examine what is behind the hype that surrounds green hydrogen, its future in the energy landscape and what it means for the renewables sector.

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