Hydrogen’s versatility as a decarbonization solution has created a lack of consensus and clarity as to where it is truly needed.
Hydrogen must be produced with low to no emissions — and there has never been a better time to do that work than right now.
The climate benefit from a well-regulated clean hydrogen economy outweighs the impact of any emissions that hydrogen would add to our energy system.
Hydrogen has an essential role to play in the global effort to decarbonize the economy. This article explains hydrogen and where it fits in the energy system.
This year, Europe will likely spend nearly $1 trillion on energy. Although the continent has lived through energy crises before, this one has especially high stakes because of the confluence of geopolitical tensions and the raging debate over energy transition policy.