Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson today urged the world to double down on green technology and clean energy at the opening of the COP27 conference.
Johnson said this is not the moment to go “weak on Net-Zero”, but step up renewables such as wind power and green hydrogen. While no longer UK prime minister, Johnson was leader during last year’s COP26 Conference in Glasgow, and consistently seen as ‘pro hydrogen’ in energy policy.
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Green hydrogen is set to be a major focus at the UN climate change conference in Sharm El Sheikh. Alongside research, such as the launch of a new paper on Development Finance for the green hydrogen economy, and a study from McKinsey for the Africa Green Hydrogen Alliance, a series of seminars will tackle key policy, technology and decarbonisation issues.
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