Nations agree to ensure clean hydrogen is affordable and available globally by 2030

November 3, 2021

A total of 32 countries, plus the EU, have agreed to work together to accelerate the development and deployment of clean H2 and ensure that “affordable renewable and low-carbon hydrogen is globally available by 2030”.

The pact — agreed at COP26 by nations including the US, China and India — was one of four so-called “Glasgow Breakthroughs” — new global goals aiming to make clean technology and sustainable solutions “the most affordable, accessible and attractive option” for their respective sectors by the end of this decade.

The other 2030 targets in the “Breakthrough Agenda” are: to make clean power “the most affordable and reliable option for all countries”; for zero-emission road vehicles to become “the new normal”, and for near-zero-emission steel to become the “preferred choice in global markets”.

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