The World Energy Council’s most recent Hydrogen Insights update, published on May 23, finds that the current implementation of hydrogen infrastructure is not sufficient to help meet climate targets.
In summarising one of the four key issues it identified back in its 2021 Working Paper, it states that “the current hydrogen conversation focuses heavily on supply, ignoring the role of hydrogen users. Discussions must explore what’s needed to trigger demand, with a specific focus on the development of hydrogen infrastructure and a global supply chain.”
Funding is identified as key “Mobilising public and private financing is… crucial at the global, regional, and national levels to de-risk investments, increase the number and volume of projects, and support infrastructure development.”
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