Climate change: green hydrogen to get cheaper by 2030 as China drives policies favouring clean fuel to control emissions

Green hydrogen, the expensive clean energy, could get cheaper by as much as three-fourths over the next decade as China cranks up investments for clean energy under its long-term climate-change commitments.The cost could drop to around US$1.40 to US$2.30 per kg by 2030 in regions with abundant renewable wind and solar resources such as the Middle East, Australia and northwestern part of China, according to Shell Hydrogen, versus as high as US$6 in recent trades. They may converge with other…


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