Hydrogen and Future Fuels Insights: Electrolysers

Author Argus

Hydrogen is a central pillar of the IEA’s pathway toward net-zero.

ITM Power’s CEO Dr. Graham Cooley joins Tim Hard SVP Energy Transition at Argus, to share his expert views on how electrolysis and carbon-free green hydrogen can play a key role in the energy transition journey.

What policies at COP26 would be meaningfully supportive? How have costs evolved and how might they? To find out more listen to our podcast ‘Hydrogen & Future Fuels: Electrolysers'.

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