IEA: Hydrogen electrolysers, key for a clean energy future

As governments focus on dealing with the Covid-19 health emergency, they are increasingly turning their attention to the impact of shutting down their economies and how to revive them quickly through stimulus measures.

Economic recovery packages offer a unique opportunity to create jobs while supporting clean energy transitions around the world.

Analysis from the International Energy Agency (IEA) has repeatedly shown that a broad portfolio of clean energy technologies will be needed to decarbonise all parts of the economy.

According to a new report by the IEA, batteries and hydrogen-producing electrolysers stand out as two important technologies thanks to their ability to convert electricity into chemical energy and vice versa.

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