Global Hydrogen Flows: Facilitating the scale of trade

The Hydrogen Council’s Global Hydrogen Flows report has predicted that $1.5 trillion worth of investments on a cumulative basis will be needed to enable the global trade of hydrogen by 2050.

Released today (October 5), the report predicted that hydrogen and its derivatives will become heavily traded, with 400 million out of the 660 million tonnes of hydrogen needed for carbon neutrality by 2050 will be transported over long distances.

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