New initiative formed to define carbon intensity for hydrogen

A newly formed collaboration wants to highlight the environmental impact of hydrogen production and unlock the energy carrier’s full potential as an important driver for a decarbonised future.

GTI the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and S&P Global Platts on Wednesday (Feb 16) unveiled the formation of the Open Hydrogen Initiative (OHI) as an objective, peer-reviewed, transparent and open-sources tool to assess the carbon intensity of hydrogen.

Through the formation of the initiative, the group hopes to harmonise the hydrogen market, contextualise climate solutions, advance transparency and support global trade in low-carbon hydrogen.

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