Does the world need to catch up with Europe on electrolysers and green hydrogen?

Electrolysers have risen to the forefront of hydrogen generation. When powered through renewable energy sources, electrolysis converts water to both hydrogen and oxygen molecules, providing a clean fuel to be used in a range of applications and industries.

Since the announcement that the European Commission has opened the door for European electrolyser manufacturers to scale up their production to meet the EU’s energy needs, it begs the question, does the rest of the world need to follow suit?

Read more: Raising the EU’s electrolyser capacity: Have the floodgates been opened for hydrogen production?

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