The Politics Of Green Hydrogen Cooperation

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Low-carbon hydrogen has received increasing attention in recent years as countries around the world seek new means to produce, transport, and store energy without contributing to climate change. Currently, some 100 million tons of “gray” or “black” hydrogen (from fossil fuels) is used globally each year as a feedstock for certain industrial processes, as an input to make ammonia and methanol, and as fuel for industrial processes such as metals processing or glassmaking. Low-carbon hydrogen offers the possibility of decarbonizing these sectors with limited disruption or efficiency loss.


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