Hydrogen is increasingly being positioned as an important component of the UK’s net zero ambitious and commitments, particularly in decarbonising heat and transport.
But whilst it is tipped by some to be the answer to cleaner emissions, hydrogen’s potential role in the UK’s energy future is complicated by questions about the cost and efficiency of production methods, storage options and use cases.
Here in an exclusive article, Hugo Lidbetter (pictured left), renewables specialist at law firm Fieldfisher, examines the case for hydrogen and how quickly it could help the UK get to net zero.
Hydrogen is a gas with limited industrial applications, mainly associated with the manufacture of ammonia and fertilisers.
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