Hydrogen’s versatility as a decarbonization solution has created a lack of consensus and clarity as to where it is truly needed.
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Hydrogen must be produced with low to no emissions — and there has never been a better time to do that work than right now.
Targeted imports of green hydrogen and ammonia are cost-competitive and able to displace fossil fuels in European industry and transport within eight years.
The climate benefit from a well-regulated clean hydrogen economy outweighs the impact of any emissions that hydrogen would add to our energy system.
In the wake of COP26 and a record-breaking year of climate commitments from the financial sector, there has never been greater attention on what financial institutions do next to translate their words into action.
When RMI launched the Center for Climate-Aligned Finance in 2020, the concept of climate-aligned finance was in its infancy. As we begin 2022, we look ahead to some of the major themes likely to emerge…
In October 2021, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC)—an oversight body for federal financial regulators—chimed in on the climate conversation by way of a dense, 133-page report. The FSOC Report on Climate-Related…
Finance at COP, the UN climate change conference, used to be about public dollars. It was largely about rich countries pledging the elusive $100 billion in annual climate finance to developing countries—and about government…
This report illustrates the opportunity and the critical tools required to accelerate cost-competitive green hydrogen to market.