Resources

Energy Networks Association – Gas Goes Green

In June 2019 the UK Government committed to a Net Zero emissions target, which is accelerating the decarbonisation of the UK economy. Achieving Net Zero will require fundamental changes across all sectors of the economy, with hydrogen increasingly fulfilling energy demand across UK power, heat and transport. In its recommendations on how to achieve Net Zero, the Committee on Climate […]

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A Hydrogen Mobility Roadmap

In the first of a series of reports from the North West Hydrogen Alliance ‘A Hydrogen Mobility Roadmap’ looks at the opportunities for hydrogen in the transport sector. A Hydrogen Mobility Roadmap May 2020

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REPORT: Hydrogen Economy Outlook, BloombergNEF

Hydrogen Economy Outlook, a new and independent global study from research firm BloombergNEF (BNEF), finds that clean hydrogen could be deployed in the decades to come to cut up to 34% of global greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels and industry – at a manageable cost. However, this will only be possible if policies are put in place to help scale […]

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ENERGY TRANSITION OUTLOOK 2019

The Energy Transition Outlook is DNV GL’s view on the energy future through to 2050 modeling 10 regions and the impact on 3 industry sectors. It is a forecast of the most likely path ahead. Download the full report here: https://eto.dnvgl.com/2019#ETO2019-top

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REPORT: Pathways to Net-Zero: Decarbonising the Gas Networks in Great Britain

Natural gas plays a central role in the UK energy system today, but it is also a significant source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The UK committed in 2008 to reduce GHG emissions by at least 80%, compared to 1990 levels, by 2050. In June 2019, a more ambitious target was adopted into law and the UK became the first […]

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REPORT: SHELL HYDROGEN STUDY – ENERGY OF THE FUTURE?

Over the years Shell has produced a number of scenario studies on key energy issues. These have included studies on important energy consumption sectors such as passenger cars and commercial vehicles (lorries and buses) and the supply of energy and heat to private households, as well as studies on the state of and prospects for individual energy sources and fuels, […]

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REPORT The Future of Hydrogen – International Energy Agency

The Future of Hydrogen provides an extensive and independent survey of hydrogen that lays out where things stand now; the ways in which hydrogen can help to achieve a clean, secure and affordable energy future; and how we can go about realising its potential. https://www.iea.org/hydrogen2019/

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Clean Hydrogen: Part 2

Article by Andy Brown, Engineering Director at Progressive Energy for The Chemical Engineer, which you can read here.

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