As week one of COP26 in Glasgow draws to a close, it provides an opportunity to reflect on the significant hydrogen developments that have transpired over the course of the first seven days.
This week saw multiple exciting commitments towards decarbonising the globe with hydrogen integral in several major agreements.
Agreements range from the establishment of the First Movers Coalition, which aims to embed hydrogen into various hard-to-abate sectors such as steel, aviation and trucking, to a Scottish 10GW green hydrogen megaproject set to turn the region into a key hub for exportation.
All of these deals represent a key part in developing an extensive global hydrogen ecosystem for the future.
H2 View also ran a series of exclusive columns from some of the world’s leading hydrogen figures including Daria Nochevnik from the Hydrogen Council and Stephen Jackson from Hydrogen Europe.
Below you can find all of H2 View’s coverage from the first week including exclusive content and all the latest news stories.
H2 View’s exclusive COP26 content:
- COP26: Listening to the presentations of many different countries, businesses, associations and civil society groups, it appears that hydrogen has ‘made it’, writes Matthew Hingerty
- COP26: A promise of a sprint to win the marathon?
- COP26: Hydrogen is Europe’s real chance to fight climate change
- COP26: International climate negotiations key, but domestic decisions vital for the UK’s hydrogen industry
- COP26: All roads lead to hydrogen
H2 View’s COP26 news coverage:
- COP26: First Movers Coalition launched with plans to utilise hydrogen to decarbonise global industries
- IRENA, World Economic Forum present enabling measures roadmaps for green hydrogen at COP26
- COP26: Global hydrogen associations call for clear policies to support hydrogen investment
- COP26: Scottish North Sea megaproject to convert 10GW of renewable energy into green hydrogen
- COP26: AFC Energy demonstrates its Extreme E hydrogen fuel cell generator to the Prince of Wales
- COP26: Fortescue Future Industries CEO reveals confidence in achieving globally available and affordable hydrogen by 2030
- CEOs call on COP26 leaders to materialise hydrogen plans globally
- H2X Global to present hydrogen mobility prowess at COP26
- COP26: Over 40 world leaders commit to making renewable and low carbon hydrogen globally available by 2030
- LAC Green hydrogen alliance to be established to accelerate green hydrogen adoption in Latin America
- European Commission, EIB, Breakthrough Energy to invest €820m to promote clean technologies with hydrogen included
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