ICHS 2019: Global collaboration key to pace of hydrogen’s emergence as renewable fuel of the future

Global collaboration has been cited as the catalyst to just how rapidly hydrogen emerges as a commercial, social and environmental renewable fuel of the future, an international forum was told in Adelaide, South Australia, today.

Addressing the 8th biennial International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2019), the President of the International Association for Hydrogen Safety (HySafe), Stuart Hawksworth, said that for hydrogen to be the successful energy solution that it can be, it needed to be seen as safe.

“In just the past two years, the pace at which new hydrogen technologies and hydrogen fuel applications have emerged is indicative of just how important this fuel source can be for the future, including increasing reliance on renewable energy sources,” Hawksworth said.

“Clearly, it is also a fuel with enormous clean energy export potential as counties all over the world seek to increase renewables in their total energy mix.”

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