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Blue hydrogen must pave way for green

Report from US-based Rhodium Group says green hydrogen will be hard to scale quickly, meaning other forms of the fuel will be necessary

Blue hydrogen should be used as a stepping stone to green in the US, according to a report on hydrogen’s future prospects from independent research firm Rhodium Group. The focus of the Biden administration so far has been on green hydrogen, with the ‘hydrogen shot’ initiative aiming to reduce costs to $1/kg. But the technology will be hard to scale quickly and blue hydrogen could be used to build demand, according to the report, entitled ‘Clean Hydrogen, A Versatile Tool for Decarbonization’. “A hybrid approach to energy policy is necessary to reach climate targets—the US needs both rapid deployment of mature, clean technologies and continued innovation in new technologies,” it says. If c



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