Too much green hydrogen in Europe could inflate cost for decades

A research group forecasts that if European states solely prioritize renewable-powered hydrogen as a clean fuel for greening transport and industry, shunning the blue variety sourced from hydrocarbons, the price of the elemental gas could rise by a double-digit figure ahead of mid-century.

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Producing hydrogen from renewable power only could drive up its price over the coming decades as the gas becomes the low-carbon fuel of choice for the European Union.

As the EU moves to aggressively cut carbon emissions across all sectors in order to hit climate neutrality by 2050, green hydrogen is seen as key to achieving that goal.

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