I don’t know about you, but I have seldom felt as torn as I do today about the path forward in this energy transition. Perhaps it depends what path your own career to date has taken you down; perhaps it depends how complex or simplistic a view you choose to take on the matter.
For me, I’ve always been a pragmatist and remain so – and I’ve said and written many times before that we have to be realistic in our expectations of how quickly we can uproot our deeply entrenched economic tree and its many branches based on fossil fuels. But it’s becoming clear that we simply aren’t moving anywhere near quick enough – or decisive enough – in this transition.
With our latest edition of H2 View magazine about to land on desks and the features almost ready to unlock online, our theme of Industrial Applications really brings this discussion into focus. It underlines the work we still have to do across the industrial landscape and when it comes to those hard-to-abate sectors in particular, the sense of criticality and urgency of getting green hydrogen into play.
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