Global annual investments in hydrogen totalled $1.5bn between 2018 and 2020, but the average could be $38bn by 2040, a new Bloomberg Intelligence report claims.
Edie 25th May 2021 read more »
Renewable hydrogen is already becoming cost competitive in a range of heavy transport applications, new government-commissioned analysis has found, and is predicted to become the cheapest of all sources of hydrogen by mid-century. The analysis, commissioned by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, found that green hydrogen was already approaching cost competitiveness for use in the heavy trucking, buses and remote power sectors and that by the end of the decade was expected to be viable across more transport sectors.
Renew Economy 26th May 2021 read more »