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Why hydrogen now?

Because climate, economy and finance say so

Three powerful drivers, climate, economy and finance, combine to push hydrogen forward. That unprecedented support is crucial to scale up hydrogen energy and achieve a clean energy store for long periods and large energy needs.

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Source: Forbes
Carbon capture & utilisation

A framework for commercial deployment

Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) technologies close the circle of CO2 production and reuse. More than 100 associations, companies, universities and research institutes work with policy makers to develop a framework for commercial deployment in the fight against climate change.

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Source: Uniper
Powerless in a pandemic

Solar energy for off-grid healthcare

COVID-19 has reminded us that health facilities require electric power for myriad uses, including lighting, ventilation, refrigeration for vaccines and running life-saving equipment. Solar mini-grid systems have proven to be a reliable energy supply for rural health facilities.

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Source: Eco-Business
Clean shipping

Developing fuel cells for ships

Under a joint development agreement, Samsung Heavy Industries and Bloom Energy will design and develop fuel cell-powered ships. Fuel cells create electricity through an electrochemical reaction without combusting the fuel, potentially cutting NOx and SOx emissions by 99%.

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Source: Offshore Energy
COVID-19 recovery

Energy efficiency key to green recovery

With a growing list of energy efficiency innovations, and digitalisation as proven game-changer, investments in energy efficiency can deliver substantial improvements. COVID-19 has suddenly pulled energy efficiency to the beating heart of global policymaking.

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Source: BloombergNEF
Offshore wind energy

A vision for 1,400 GW by 2050

The Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition has announced its vision for 1,400 GW of offshore wind by 2050. Going beyond current offshore wind forecasts, that would power one-tenth of global electricity demand while saving over 3 billion tonnes of CO2 per year.

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Source: Global Wind Energy Council