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What is green hydrogen and why do we need it? An expert explains

Green Hydrogen might be the fuel of the future Image: REUTERS/ Jane Barlow

Abhinav Chugh

Content and Partnerships Lead, Expert Network and Content Partners, World Economic Forum

Emanuele Taibi

Head of the Power Sector Transformation Strategies, International Renewable Energy Agency

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green hydrogen and other colours
Depending on production methods, hydrogen can be grey, blue or green – and sometimes even pink, yellow or turquoise Image: International Renewable Energy Agency

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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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