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© Hydrogen Council

Regional hydrogen supply and demand mismatch will force global trade links by 2050, report predicts

The most recent report from the Hydrogen Council has highlighted a regional mismatch between hydrogen supply and demand but estimates extensive trade links could connect the globe by 2050.

In its Global Hydrogen Flows report, the Hydrogen Council found that 660 million tonnes of hydrogen is needed to meet global Net Zero emissions by 2050, however identified that a gap between high demand, low supply regions and low demand, high supply area could be closed through global trade flows by the mid-century

Read more: Global trade of hydrogen could reduce supply chain investment by $6 trillion, says a Hydrogen Council Report

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