Lack of green hydrogen support risks shipping and aviation reaching zero emissions, new report claims

A lack of policy supporting green hydrogen production risks the chance of shipping and aviation reaching zero emissions, a new report released today (September 11) by the Skies and Seas Hydrogen-fuels Accelerator (SASHA) Coalition has said.

The Green Hydrogen Gap report said that all pathways to “truly sustainable” fuels for shipping and aviation require green hydrogen, with some needing carbon dioxide from sources such as direct air capture (DAC).

However, the Coalition has said while first-mover companies can step up to send demand signals to green hydrogen producers, “their actions will always be in isolation without the backing of policy makers.”

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