The use of hydrogen grows significantly in Accelerated and Net Zero as the world transitions to a low-carbon energy system, increasing more than four-fold in Accelerated and seven-fold in Net Zero by 2050.
Low-carbon hydrogen grows in importance over the outlook in Accelerated and Net Zero, accounting for virtually all hydrogen production by 2050. Low-carbon hydrogen is dominated by a combination of green hydrogen, made via electrolysis using renewable power, and blue hydrogen, made from natural gas (or coal) with CO2 capture and stored.
We take a closer look at hydrogen power and explain how it could change the future of hard-to-decarbonize industry
Louise Jacobsen Plutt, SVP hydrogen and CCUS, answers some of the frequently asked questions about hydrogen
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