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US eyes hydrogen roadmap

Biden administration signals importance of hydrogen, but policy moves yet to emerge

Reducing hydrogen costs by 80pc by 2030 is a key part of President Joe Biden’s plan to cut US emissions, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said last week.  The administration recently set a goal for the US to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by between 50pc and 52pc by 2030, based on 2005 levels. Hydrogen is increasingly seen in government as pivotal in the sectors where abatement is most difficult, such as steelmaking and industry. 80pc – Required fall in hydrogen production costs “Hydrogen, I think, is something that makes a lot of us salivate a little bit,” said US climate envoy John Kerry in his closing speech at last week’s White House climate summit. But the path to



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