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What's stopping the world from using more green hydrogen?

Green hydrogen (GH2) as a means to decarbonize industry is now well-ingrained in the policy discourse. Image: Unsplash/Zbynek Burival

Emanuele Bianco

Programme Officer, International Renewable Energy Agency

Manuel Albaladejo

Country Representative for Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Smeeta Fokeer

Research and Industrial Policy Officer , Department of Policy Research and Statistics (PRS) of UNIDO

Nele Wenck

Junior Specialist , United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Petra Schwager

Chief of the Energy Technologies and Industrial Applications Division , United Nations Industrial Development Organization

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Around 45 countries are devising or have published green hydrogen strategies. Image: Industrial Analytics Platform.

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