Infrastructure Key to Creating a Hydrogen Economy
CSIS Looks at the Challenge and Efforts Underway
Efforts to move the global economy from oil, coal and gas to hydrogen and renewable power as governments pledged at COP26 will be complicated, expensive and take time as Jane Nakano, top left, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, discussed with Toru Sugiura, a senior manager at Toyota Tsusho America, Inc., Bill Elrick, executive director of the California Fuel Cell Partnership, (bottom left) and Izumi Kai, president of JERA Energy America, LLC. | CSIS
Nov 23, 2021
Hydrogen emerged as a possible solution to climate change during COP26, but details of the transition are vague, creating opportunity for competing solutions.