A realist approach to Hydrogen

Clean hydrogen is expensive to produce, difficult to transport, and a second- or third-best clean energy solution in almost all proposed markets. To help drive the global green transition, a realist approach to hydrogen policy must address all these practical challenges. It’s critically important to see past the hype and self-interest of multiple players in the hydrogen space. We have neither the time nor the resources to waste on fanciful and expensive projects that lead nowhere. U.S. policymakers should view hydrogen through the “P3” lens: The primary objective should be to find pathways for clean hydrogen to achieve price/performance parity […]
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