Hydrogen Of Any Made-Up ‘Color’ Can Help Achieve Net-Zero

November 3, 2021

In the early stages of the transition to low- and zero-carbon energy sources, policymakers emphasized support for commercially viable solutions like solar, wind, batteries and natural gas, which resulted in a 10 percent reduction in U.S. GHG emissions, 27 percent reduction in the power sector due mainly to natural gas displacing coal, and 25 percent growth in the economy since 2005.

The U.S. and other nations around the globe need to rapidly scale-up this progress to achieve net-zero by 2050. But even that is not enough. All viable solutions must be on the table.

Hydrogen, in particular, has emerged as a key solution in the efforts to curb emissions and attain a net-zero energy system. Hydrogen is a versatile, zero-carbon energy carrier that can significantly reduce emissions in the power, transportation, and industrial sectors at scale.

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