G7: US – Biden Administration recognises hydrogen’s ‘integral role’ in nation’s energy future

In May, the Group of Seven (G7) agreed to step up efforts to advance commercial scale hydrogen from low carbon and renewable sources across its economies, including support for fuel cell deployment globally. Following this news, and in the run up to the G7 Leaders’ Summit this weekend (Friday June 11 – Sunday June 13) in Cornwall, UK, H2 View is bringing you a series of thought leadership articles written by the hydrogen associations in the G7 countries. Next up is the US.

When world dignitaries convene in Cornwall, UK for the Group of Seven (G7) Leaders’ Summit, there certainly is much to discuss, including the challenge of combating climate change. Thankfully, there is already agreement that technologies to help reduce emissions, decarbonise heavy industries and boost local and global economies already exist and should be invested in to meet needs of today as well as tomorrow.

In a virtual meeting held in advance of the Summit, the G7 ministers responsible for climate and environment reinforced their efforts to mitigate climate change, including commitments to hydrogen as one of those key technologies.

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