The path to Net Zero emissions by 2050 will require huge ambition and multiple decarbonisation tools.
While direct electrification coupled with improvements to energy efficiency will drive significant emissions reductions, it will not get us all the way.
It is widely accepted that green hydrogen is a vital energy vector on our path to Net Zero. Its potential to decarbonise the hardest-to-abate sectors such as steelmaking, chemical production, and heavy transport make it an essential tool in the decarbonisation toolbox.
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