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50% of respondents believe that hydrogen will emerge as an alternative to gas generation by 2030 in Asia, says new report
50% of respondents believe that hydrogen will emerge as an alternative to gas generation by 2030 in Asia, says new report

50% of respondents believe that hydrogen will emerge as an alternative to gas generation by 2030 in Asia, says new report

According to a new report, 50% of respondents to a study believe that hydrogen will emerge as an alternative to gas generation by 2030 in Asia.

This is included within a new report released today (Jan 5) by Black & Veatch that outlines some of the largest stumbling blocks in adopting renewable energy into the Asian energy grids.

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