With thousands of people currently convened in Glasgow for the COP26 Summit, the Hydrogen Council CEO coalition has called on world leaders to show a concentrated effort to materialise hydrogen plans across the globe.
Such calling comes in tandem with the release of two Hydrogen Council reports, one of which projects that global demand for renewable and low carbon hydrogen could grow by 50%, and by 2050 hydrogen could contribute to over 20% of global carbon abatement.
These statistics, along with the recognition that the industry has already built a solid foundation with more than 520 large-scale projects and 90+ GW of electrolyser production capacity, comes from Hydrogen for Net Zero paper.
Although these facts, figures and outlooks, may highlight great advancements in the hydrogen industry, the Hydrogen Council CEO coalition want more frontloading investments, policy support and wider awareness for the energy carrier.
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