UK HFCA: Deployment upwards of 80GW of blue hydrogen is possible for the UK by 2050

The UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) strongly believes that the UK can deploy 10GW of blue hydrogen by 2030 and then upwards of 80GW by 2050.

Those were the words of Sam French, Chair of the UK HFCA, and member of H2 View’s Editorial Board, when he today (July 5) spoke at the association’s The Case for Blue Hydrogen webinar to launch a brand-new position paper, which sets out a vision for blue hydrogen in the UK.

“We [UK HFCA] believe, along with many others, including eminent boards such as the Committee on Climate Change, that low carbon hydrogen is absolutely essential as part of the UK Government’s net zero ambitions and more broadly, globally,” he told attendees.

“Investing in low carbon hydrogen today really has a significant long term economic opportunity for UK policy, and this is something that we [UK HFCA] think is really critical. It’s all about how we develop the supply chain to support this transition.

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