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Renewables-based electrolysis is expected to represent one of the lowest emissions pathways in the medium-term future, says report

Renewables-based electrolysis is expected to represent one of the lowest emissions pathways in the medium-term future, says report

A study, titled Low Carbon Hydrogen Well-to-Tank Pathways Study and conducted by Element Energy, found that renewables-based electrolysis is expected to represent one of the lowest emissions pathways in the medium-term future.

The new study and well-to-tank (WTT) model identified a range of different pathways that can be taken for the production, distribution and dispensing of low carbon hydrogen to transport end-users.

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