Hydrogen rightly courts all of the attention today when we talk about the clean energies transition and green industrial revolutions. It’s the fast-emerging darling of the energy sector, it’s enjoyed an incredible year in terms of momentum, and I do firmly believe it’s about as close to a silver bullet in underpinning that transition as we can envisage.
But the point is, that there is of course no single silver bullet to the challenges we face in sustainability and tackling climate change. There is no panacea for overhauling an unsustainable energy sector of today. We will need a diverse energy mix that harnesses wind and solar power – both of which will enable truly green hydrogen – together with alternative fuels such as biomethane and renewable synthetic natural gas.
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