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Hydrogen keeps door open for fossil fuels – new article by John Szabó in The Ecologist

 

John Szabo
 

| | The Ecologist

Hydrogen is central to the vision sketched by Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, the host of this year’s COP. But it’s also just hot air.

Hydrogen remains firmly rooted at the heart and centre of the global climate and energy agenda as the Hydrogen Transition Summit kicks-off at the Conference of the Parties 28 (COP28) in Dubai today (Wednesday, 7 December 2023). 

It may be organised as a side event at the most recent installment of the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, but given the theme and ambition of the conference, it may just well be the main attraction. 

Hydrogen is central to the vision sketched by Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, the host of this year’s COP, who indicated an ambition to double current global hydrogen production from 95 million tonnes to 180 million tonnes per year (Mtpa) by 2030, something that the European state-backed hydrogen industry eagerly supported as well.

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