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Issue H2 View – Issue #31

Hello and welcome to the September issue of H2 View magazine, our biggest issue of the year and, in fact, our biggest ever! That’s because it’s our Electrolyser Edition and as our striking cover underscores...


Issue H2 View – Issue #30

When the Ever Given container ship became stranded on the banks of the Suez Canal in March 2021 and promptly blocked one of the single most important trade routes for six days, it was a...


Issue H2 View – Issue #29

Hello and welcome to the July issue of H2 View magazine. 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....



Issue H2 View – Issue #28

We started H2 View because we believed in hydrogen, because we understood and 100% believed in its potential to underpin our journey to decarbonisation and clean energy. We have not been afraid to question elements...


Issue H2 View – Issue #27

Hello and welcome to your May edition of H2 View, and what a fantastic issue it is for me to be back in the saddle – or should that be, back in the cockpit, in...



Issue H2 View – Issue #26

In 2020, 90 million tonnes of hydrogen were produced globally, a figure met almost entirely by fossil fuel-based hydrogen, according to the IEA. The dominance of fossil fuels made hydrogen production responsible foralmost 900 million...


Issue H2 View – Issue #25

Warehouse logistics, data centres, buses, boats and space rockets; these are just some of the applications hydrogen fuel cells are powering today. You name it, the chances are a fuel cell can power it –...



Issue H2 View – Issue #24

Global transport produced approximately 7.3 billion metric tons of CO2 emissions in 2020, according to Statista. Medium and heavy-duty trucks accounted for 22% of those emissions, making them the secondlargest polluters after passenger cars (41%),...


Issue H2 View – Issue #23

If you hadn’t already guessed it from the cover, our first edition of 2022 takes an in depth look at how hydrogen could power our homes in the future. Natural gas has traditionally heated the...


Issue H2 View – Issue #22

With hydrogen becoming a hopeful candidate for decarbonisation, it is essential that its storage and distribution is as efficient as possible. To accommodate any societal reliance on hydrogen, the challenges of large-scale storage and distribution...


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