Is hydrogen coming of age?

29th June 2021 – Is hydrogen coming of age?

There is no doubt that hydrogen is an incredibly versatile fuel, but it has its drawbacks including the requirement to compress and store it under high pressure, in high density, and over a very long period as a gas or in liquidised form. However, it has a significant advantage when directly used to reduce emissions in some high energy intensity manufacturing operations. or in fuel cell drives, or when used as an input product to produce hydrocarbons. Of course, hydrogen can also be fed into the gas grid or used for re-electrification as fuel in gas turbines. This event will outline hydrogen’s vital role in bringing CO2 emissions to net-zero by mid-century to meet the goals of the Paris climate accord.



Upcoming Talks

Upcoming Talks
Others have also viewed
Ocean energy

EU’s offshore strategy must move up a gear, says Ocean Energy Europe

Time is running out for the EU to meet its 100 MW ocean energy deployment ...
electric vehicle charging

LG accelerates its electric vehicle charger solutions business

LG Electronics has announced the purchase of South Korean electric vehicle (EV) charger solutions provider, ...

RWE and ArcelorMittal to enable low-emissions steelmaking

Energy company RWE and steel producer ArcelorMittal have signed a memorandum of understanding to work ...

Joint venture to produce large scale renewable hydrogen electrolysers

Siemens Energy and Air Liquide have announce the creation of a joint venture dedicated to ...