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- Everett Anderson
Hydrogen is unique among energy carriers due to its ability to unify. Geographically, the breadth of interest in hydrogen as an energy carrier is worldwide. There are—so far—no issues of geopolitical conflict or complexity involved. Countries across the world see hydrogen as either a tool to meet ambitious decarbonization goals or an opportunity for export. Can hydrogen deliver?
Low-carbon hydrogen production is reaching a tipping point. How will supply evolve? Will there be a best-in-class technology that underpins green hydrogen? What alternative sources of low-carbon hydrogen could play a role?