While renewables are now the fastest growing energy industry, hydrogen fuel is following closely behind in a massive gale. The 21st century will likely witness the rise of a mega-billion hydrogen fuel industry. Countries are taking first steps – and it’s breathtaking, says Ariel Cohen, a Senior Fellow with The Atlantic Council.
Read his latest Forbes article on “The Green Hydrogen Revolution” here.
For example, with the announcement of its 10-year $10.5 billion Green Hydrogen roadmap earlier this month, Spain joins a slew of other countries seeking to develop this once ‘dirty’ chemical feedstock into a zero-emission fuel for trucking, aviation, and shipping, Cohen explains.
Euractiv.com reported on Spain’s hydrogen strategy to spur a low-carbon economy here.
The European Union as a whole is betting on emissions-free electricity for big industry in its economic recovery package, drafting measures to scale up the production of hydrogen, Bloomberg Green reports here.
In another example reported this week by Inside Climate News here, Airbus Hopes to Be Flying Hydrogen-Powered Jetliners With Zero Carbon Emissions by 2035.
The Atlantic Council’s Energy and Environment page is here: https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/issue/energy-environment/