Hydrogen and ammonia: offering tailored pathways to net zero emissions


There has been an irresistible surge of interest and investment in hydrogen (H₂) and ammonia (NH₃) as potential pathways to net zero CO₂ emissions over the past few years.

There are many good reasons to believe that these two gases will be vital to speeding up decarbonization across a range of settings, from power generation through heavy industry and transportation.

Whether countries and industries decide to focus on one or the other, or both, will depend on their specific circumstances — from geography and availability of renewables to the supporting infrastructure.

However, while momentum is building in terms of policy support, deployments and the technical solutions needed to make wider use of hydrogen and ammonia a reality, this is still a nascent industry that has many challenges to overcome. This paper will show why hydrogen and ammonia are vital.


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