The Open Hydrogen Initiative (OHI) has welcomed new stakeholders, including Shell, and the Bill Gates-founded Breakthrough Energy to its cohort, as it seeks to develop carbon intensity assessment tools for hydrogen.
Launched in February this year (2022), by GTI Energy, S&P Global Commodity Insights, and the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), the OHI is a collaboration seeking to help unlock hydrogen’s potential as an important driver of energy transitions.
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The OHI says its mission is to create “objective, credible, peer-reviewed, transparent, and open-sourced tools” that allow participants across the hydrogen value chain to assess the carbon intensity of hydrogen at asset level.
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