Hydrogen Trade: A Prerequisite For Net Zero In The Netherlands And U.S.

Oct. 26, 2022 7:57 AM ETHJEN, HYDR4 Comments


  • Hydrogen trade is at a nascent stage but could see huge growth this decade.
  • Hydrogen trade will be crucial for net importers like the Netherlands to reach net-zero targets, and for net exporters like the US to maximise benefits from clean energy deployment.
  • More infrastructure and offtake agreements are needed to establish a global hydrogen market faster.

The concept of local home energy storage using hydrogen and a battery in a garage in a beautiful afternoon atmosphere with a backdrop of an electric hydrogen car, a house and a city. 3d rendering.

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By Coco Zhang and Gerben Hieminga

Hydrogen trade is still in its infancy but is likely to ramp up this decade

Hydrogen will play a key role in decarbonising the global economy. It is estimated that

Hydrogen production techniques

Planned low-emission hydrogen exports

Clean hydrogen production estimates from the DoE’s roadmap

Hydrogen use in Texas by 2050 in million tonnes per annum

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