Green hydrogen can be used as zero-carbon fuel, feedstock and energy carrier, and as a way to store energy; thus it has a potentially profound role in the drive to net zero. As a result, green hydrogen is a cornerstone of decarbonization strategies across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
In ‘Decarbonizing EMEA: Green Hydrogen Pathways,’ we assess what is going to power EMEA’s green hydrogen ambitions – which forms of renewable energy will be used to power hydrogen production in different parts of the region now, and how they may change in the future.
What's in this eBook:
- Understand how EMEA countries’ are nurturing their hydrogen economies
- Different renewable energy technologies’ potential for green hydrogen production assessed
- Electrolysis at source: How offshore wind in the North Sea is leading the way