A hydrogen-fuelled bus is seen at the China International Fair for Trade in Services, in Beijing on September 6. Hydrogen may well appeal to countries where renewable power generation cannot fully replace coal and natural gas. Photo: Xinhua
A hydrogen-fuelled bus is seen at the China International Fair for Trade in Services, in Beijing on September 6. Hydrogen may well appeal to countries where renewable power generation cannot fully replace coal and natural gas. Photo: Xinhua
Peter Gastreich
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Peter Gastreich

Why China is likely to set the pace in hydrogen industry growth

  • More economies are turning to green and blue hydrogen to help decarbonise, but local geography and weather conditions will continue to affect their ability to do so
  • With its abundant wind and solar resources and forecasts of fast-rising demand for hydrogen, China is poised to take a lead

A hydrogen-fuelled bus is seen at the China International Fair for Trade in Services, in Beijing on September 6. Hydrogen may well appeal to countries where renewable power generation cannot fully replace coal and natural gas. Photo: Xinhua
A hydrogen-fuelled bus is seen at the China International Fair for Trade in Services, in Beijing on September 6. Hydrogen may well appeal to countries where renewable power generation cannot fully replace coal and natural gas. Photo: Xinhua
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