Video: Hydrogen gas is gaining momentum
Hydrogen gas plays a limited role in the energy system - could this change in the future?
Interest in hydrogen gas has picked up speed, and we're starting to see momentum build for this energy carrier. An increase in renewable investments is also impacting hydrogen. Our experts suggest that hydrogen produced from fossil fuels is likely to be the bedrock of future hydrogen supply, at least in the next 10-15 years. For further insights on this topic, watch the interview of Catherine Robinson and Shankari Srinivasan, as they discuss this topic:
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Shankari Srinivasan is a vice president of Energy at IHS
Catherine Robinson is an executive director of Gas, Power, and Energy Futures at IHS Markit.
Posted 20 March 2020.
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