Why the EU must take the lead on green hydrogen

Is hydrogen the fuel of the future? It is certainly one of them. In order to reach carbon neutrality by 2040, we need to boost the development of hydrogen, but not of any type: green hydrogen only.

by Damien Carême, Ville Niinistö and Jutta Paulus
Green hydrogen is produced from water and renewable electricity (Photo by: ARTERRA/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Green hydrogen is produced from water and renewable electricity (Photo by: ARTERRA/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

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