Green hydrogen is produced using low or zero-carbon energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro or nuclear. Photo: Shutterstock
Green hydrogen is produced using low or zero-carbon energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro or nuclear. Photo: Shutterstock

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

  • The cost of green hydrogen could fall to around US$1.40 to US$2.30 per kg by 2030 from US$6 recently, according to Shell Hydrogen
  • China has prioritised hydrogen as an emerging industry under its 14th five-year plan

Green hydrogen is produced using low or zero-carbon energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro or nuclear. Photo: Shutterstock
Green hydrogen is produced using low or zero-carbon energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro or nuclear. Photo: Shutterstock
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