2022 predicted as the tipping point for hydrogen policy support

2022 could be the year for hydrogen or, more specifically, the year where policy supports creates a viable business case for green hydrogen.

That’s according to new research for Delta-EE, which states that with over 6GW of announced hydrogen projects due to come onstream by the end of 2024, there must be a focus on providing a policy environment that allows these plans to reach reality.

As outlined by the new energy research and consulting company, 115 projects – with a combined potential electrolyser capacity of 2,128MW – are due to become operational in 2022 and 2023. However, only 37% of these have reached a final investment decision or have been awarded public funding.

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