The development of low-carbon hydrogen increasingly features in discussions of the energy transition. But with 96% of hydrogen worldwide currently produced from fossil fuels, does it have a role to play in creating a low-carbon economy?

European electricity mixes increasingly incorporate intermittent renewables, and hydrogen is under consideration as a potential flexibility lever to ensure electricity supply security.

Analysis of this new technology and its potential uses through different use cases, and the challenges of developing low-carbon hydrogen for power networks and the energy transition.


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