Hydrogen has emerged as an important part of the clean energy mix needed to ensure a sustainable future.
Falling costs for hydrogen produced with renewable energy, combined with the urgency of cutting greenhouse gas emissions, has given clean hydrogen unprecedented political and business momentum.
As world leaders gathered in New York this week to discuss climate action solutions, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) contributed to building a community of stakeholders that looked at the emerging solution of clean hydrogen.
Led by the World Economy Forum (WEF), the initiative aims to explore the role of hydrogen in the energy transition and advance on the clean hydrogen agenda.
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