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Levelised costs will settle the blue-green debate

Blue hydrogen will be required to support decarbonisation while green hydrogen matures and its costs decrease

It is widely acknowledged that hydrogen has the ability to contribute to the decarbonisation of the energy and industrial markets and therefore assist with global efforts to meet emissions control requirements. Debate is ongoing whether state/government policies should reflect balanced investment and support, in the short to medium-term, for development of both blue and green hydrogen markets, or whether any focus on blue hydrogen slows the ultimate move to a zero-carbon green hydrogen solution. Given the market dominance of lower-cost unabated grey hydrogen, some commentators perceive that blue hydrogen facilitates a rapid development of a hydrogen-based economy by providing the required

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