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RSS FeedsHydrogen Council: Hydrogen could contribute to 20% of CO2 emissions reduction targets by 2050: The Hydrogen Council reveals first-of-a kind study showing hydrogen“s contribution as a key pillar of the energy transition
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14 november 2017 15:44:18

 
Hydrogen Council: Hydrogen could contribute to 20% of CO2 emissions reduction targets by 2050: The Hydrogen Council reveals first-of-a kind study showing hydrogen“s contribution as a key pillar of the energy transition
(WorldNews Environment)
 




Bonn, Germany - 13 November 2017: As global leaders gathered at COP 23 in Bonn,18 key leaders in their industry verticals, united in The Hydrogen Council coalition, came together to launch first ever globally quantified vision of the role of hydrogen, developed with support from McKinsey. In addition to being a key pillar in of the energy transition, the study shows that hydrogen has the potential to develop US $2.5tn of business, creating more than 30 million jobs by 2050. Taking the Hydrogen Council`s vision for hydrogen to the next level, the study entitled Hydrogen, Scaling up outlines a comprehensive and quantified roadmap to scale deployment and it`s enabling impact on the energy...
 
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