Hydrogen has a part to play in the move to net zero, but it can also tap into the zeitgeist of energy independence. Bringing the Hydrogen – a Tracking Transition series to an end, this episode takes a look at what has changed.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the resulting disruption to energy flows, overshadows everything in the sector. Gas, for one, is no longer a cheap option erasing some of the cost differentials between blue hydrogen and green.
Daniel Grosvenor, renewables leader Deloitte UK, Grant Spence project director at Costain and Daniel Brock co-lead of Fasken’s Hydrogen Energy Advisory Team come together to talk through some of the implications of geopolitical turmoil and how hydrogen can have a part to play.
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