The Hydrogen transition story is still in its early days of becoming a sustainable part of the solutions we need to decarbonize the planet.
Although the use of Hydrogen has been around for years, it is the potential to replace other energy sources at an industrial scale that is exciting. The execution of Hydrogen solutions is a real imperative for this decade to validate and demonstrate.
We need Hydrogen solutions across so many industrial applications as well as a significant contributor to reducing heat in buildings or powering up our vehicles.
What I can see in the Hydrogen story is all technically feasible, but I am having several concerns on the pathway to delivery.
Let’s look at some of the present and future issues that will need to be resolved for Hydrogen to realize a greater future and play its part in the energy transition. I want to here summarize a few of my present concerns over Hydrogen. Continue reading “Tension, Bottlenecks and Concerns within the Hydrogen Transformation”