Part 4: Hydrogen isn’t always the best answer. And that is OK. As we stated at the start of this four-part series, hydrogen is not always the best answer. In this final instalment we take a look at the use cases where hydrogen will be the most competitive way to decarbonise but coming at a […]
In this third instalment of this four-part series looking at the commercial competitiveness of hydrogen we consider the applications where the commercial competitiveness of hydrogen will require a case-by-case evaluation to determine if a hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) system is the right answer.
Part 2: Understanding where and why it beats today’s options and other low-carbon solution. In the first instalment of the series we looked at the key factors driving the competitiveness of hydrogen as a solution. Namely: Asset utilisation; Volume of Energy; and Mobility / ‘off-grid’ consumption of energy. In this post we will be looking […]
This is the first part in a four-part series looking at the commercial competitiveness of hydrogen. To help us in this review we are going to be looking at a very helpful chart in the recent report titled “Path to Hydrogen Competitiveness”(1) released by the Hydrogen Council at the end of January.