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PE Live: Hydrogen ready for second phase of decarbonisation

Reducing emissions becomes more complicated once relatively easy transitions have been completed, but the technology for hydrogen is ready to facilitate the next wave of decarbonisation

With the first phase of decarbonisation progressing or even complete in several areas of the developed world, many countries are turning to hydrogen to facilitate a second wave of decarbonisation, panellists agreed on a recent PE Live webcast. The first phase of decarbonisation can be characterised by the replacement of coal-fired power plants with renewable energy generation supported by natural gas.  “We are not looking for a miracle or a breakthrough in technology, we are there today” Ducker, MHPS “Tackling the long-term intermittency of renewable energy is currently managed by natural gas,” says Michael Ducker, vice president, renewable fuels and western region, at manufac

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