The Hydrogen Council has elected a new board to provide “bold” leadership through challenging times.
As the world currently navigates the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis – the full scale of consequences for which are still hard to predict – one thing is clear for the Hydrogen Council: this will be a defining moment for the energy transition and hydrogen as one of its key components.
Whether governments maintain an ambitious stance on climate action as part of their efforts to build a more resilient post-Covid-19 world, or dilute, or even abandon, their pre-crisis plans in favour of other priorities, will decide the fate of our energy system for at least a generation, the Hydrogen Council said.
“Despite the hurdles, this is an historic opportunity to bring our current energy systems into a new reality, and we need everyone – businesses, governments, investors and the public – to join forces and help build a more sustainable, secure and resilient energy system, with hydrogen at its core,” the Hydrogen Council said in a statement.
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