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Batteries, hydrogen and CCS key to transition

Reaching net-zero emissions will require widespread deployment of all three technologies

Batteries, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) will each need to gain traction across a range of sectors to deliver the energy transition and meet net-zero emissions targets, according to speakers at a Rystad Energy event yesterday. “There are really three enabling technologies for the energy transition to happen: that is, batteries, hydrogen and CCS,” says Rystad Energy CEO Jarand Rystad. “What we saw last year was incredible growth in the market” Knudsen, Aker Batteries are the most advanced of the three transition technologies, but global production will need to scale up to meet demand for electrification of transport and for energy storage. Global battery capacit



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