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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