Net zero by 2035: A pathway to rapidly decarbonize the US power system

October 18, 2021

New infrastructure to deploy hydrogen fuels and capture carbon is critical—both to enable dispatchable zero-carbon generation and to enable low-carbon alternatives to electrification in other sectors, particularly those in which electrification is challenged (such as high-temperature industrial heat or fuel density in clean transport) or in which natural gas can be replaced as a feedstock in industrial process (such as cement and fertilizer). In the United States, for example, the presence of low-cost natural gas and geological carbon storage means that the economics could be favorable. In Europe, active discussion of an expansive hydrogen network is supporting players across the value chain in making strategic moves to scale up their investments.

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