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Hydrogen poised for lead role in push for Paris goals

Hydrogen key to tackling hard-to-abate sectors, but reaching Paris goals will require a wider arsenal of fuels and technologies, roundtable panellists say

Hydrogen will play a leading role in the energy transition, but other clean fuels, electrification and a sustained effort on energy efficiency will also be crucial to meeting the goals set out in the Paris Agreement on climate change, according to speakers at a Transition Economist alternative fuels roundtable, held in association with PwC.  Hydrogen will be essential to curbing emissions in hard-to-abate sectors such as steel and chemicals, speakers say. However, a serious attempt to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement will require deployment of a wider range of alternative fuels and technologies, some of which have yet to emerge, according to Juergen Peterseim, senior manager at PwC, ci



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