SDG 13: Climate Action

Grey, blue, green – why are there so many colours of hydrogen?

Producing more green hydrogen could play a vital role in reaching net zero by 2050. Image:  Unsplash/Karsten Würth

Natalie Marchant

Freelance Writer, Editor, World Economic Forum

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this diagram shows how green hydrogen can be produced, converted and used across the energy system.
How green hydrogen can be produced, converted and used across the energy system. Image: International Renewable Energy Agency

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Hydrogen is the most abundant chemical structure in the universe. Image: International Renewable Energy Agency

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Grey, blue, green and more – the many colours of hydrogen. Image: International Renewable Energy Agency

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