The innovative chemistry enabling green hydrogen

December 8, 2021

The increasing frequency of climate-related events worldwide has spurred a growing dialogue about the importance of a clean energy transition. Most believe that the deployment of a comprehensive set of solutions will be required. To be sure, sufficient political will and a focus on innovation will be necessary to make a successful energy transition possible.

With the US rejoining the Paris Agreement earlier this year and continued action by not only the Biden Administration, but also the European Commission, commitments to addressing climate change are gathering force, and as the United Nation’s IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report makes clear, this decade is the time to act.

That political support is accelerating investments in clean energy technologies and the hydrogen community is actively working to transition energy to cleaner sources as countries pursue carbon neutrality. According to the Hydrogen Council, there are 359 active hydrogen projects worldwide representing $500bn in investments across the value chain.

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