Hydrogen Council reveals important H2 study


The Hydrogen Council gathered at COP 23 in Bonn, Germany to reveal the first-of-its kind study which showcases the key role that hydrogen (H2) will play in the energy transition.

The study, entitled ‘Hydrogen, Scaling Up’, outlines a comprehensive and quantified roadmap to scale deployment of H2. In addition, the study will also show that H2 has the potential to develop $2.5 trillion of business, creating more than 30 million jobs by 2050.

Deployed at scale, H2 could account for almost one-fifth of total final energy consumed by 2050. This would reduce annual CO2 emissions by roughly six gigatonnes compared to today’s levels, and contribute roughly 20% of the abatement required to limit global warming to 2°C.

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