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Assessing the EU’s new emissions target and green hydrogen’s role

Outlooks & Research

Mark LEWIS
 

The EU’s plan to make green hydrogen a key pillar of its sustainable development and emissions reduction efforts could have significant implications for carbon and the EU economy over the next 30 years, we believe. However, much depends on whether Brussels can create the right conditions for green hydrogen to displace grey hydrogen. 

Our new white paper, ‘Deep Decarbonization: Green Hydrogen, Net Zero and the Future of the EU-ETS’ examines the road to achieving the EU’s target of net zero emissions by 2050, the prospects for green hydrogen as a new clean source of energy, and the future of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU-ETS).

For more, read ‘Deep Decarbonization: Green Hydrogen, Net Zero and the Future of the EU-ETS’.


 

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