April 28, 2021
How green hydrogen can spark the next zero-emissions revolution
After decades of debate about the viability of earth’s most abundant chemical element as a clean energy source, hydrogen is finally getting some attention. For years, fuels such as wood, natural gas, oil and electricity dominated the energy discussion. More recently, in the race toward decarbonization, green hydrogen has been largely dismissed as a viable option because of cost, technology or safety. However, new technology, lower costs and the right incentives can position green hydrogen to play a much bigger role in global decarbonization. An EY article provides details.