The answer is yes. The Hydrogen Council just published a report about this, hydrogen decarbonization pathways with life cycle emissions analysis. You can find it on their website I think and on social media. And the IPHE is working on this also in a separate taskforce, see my recent blog with Tim Karlsson on the IPHE website or the CIEP website.
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Is there any work showing carbon intensities of hydrogen made from different sources?
- Jan 28, 2021 6:52 am GMT
In my recent blog on different colours of hydrogen I included a hierarchy of carbon intensity. In researching the blog I couldn’t find any strong sources of information where the various ends to end process carbon intensities have been calculated. Is anyone aware of any useful work on this?
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