COP27 recently united world leaders to develop a range of agreements committing to using hydrogen as a clean fuel across various mobility applications.
During the conference, it was announced the UK had joined forces with the US and other countries to ensure that by 2023, 5% of the global deep-sea fleet will run on zero-emissions fuels such as hydrogen and CNG. By 2050, the committee declared six green shipping corridors would be established.
But what does this mean for the challenges the hydrogen fuel industry is facing? At many hydrogen conferences and summits across the world, it has been recognised that the hydrogen pipeline infrastructure is one of the most prevalent challenges for the adoption of this clean energy.
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