Hydrogen and lower emissions can push China to carbon neutrality, report says

China has set itself a target of achieving carbon neutrality by 2060, but how it will reach the goal is unclear.According to a recent report by oil and gas multinational Royal Dutch Shell, one way China could build a carbon-neutral energy system before 2060 is by focusing on hydrogen, biofuels and carbon-removal technologies, while phasing out fossil fuels.In its analysis, electricity’s share of China’s energy consumption is projected to rise to almost 60 per cent in 2060, from 23 per cent…


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