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PE Live: Stars have aligned for hydrogen economy

The versatility of hydrogen, for use as a decarbonised fuel and as energy storage for renewables, is attracting unprecedented interest

All the factors that are required for the construction of a hydrogen economy have started to fall into place, the expert panel assembled for the PE Live 7 webcast agreed last week. “The circumstances are now right, or close to being right, for hydrogen, particularly if we are speaking about green hydrogen,” says James F Bowe Jr, partner, corporate, finance and investments, at law firm King & Spalding. Green hydrogen—produced from renewable power through electrolysis—is gaining increasing prominence as a means to store wind and solar power that would otherwise be curtailed.  “There are a number of different trends that are coming together in a way that makes green hydrogen look as thoug



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