Green hydrogen opportunities for emerging and developing economies
Identifying success factors for market development and building enabling conditions
Hydrogen is a cross-cutting energy vector that can help to decarbonise various end-use
sectors. At least two-thirds of the global hydrogen production is projected to be
green hydrogen by 2050, supporting the transition to a net-zero emissions global energy
system. This paper presents a value chain approach to identify priority areas for
developing national hydrogen strategies, focussing on emerging and developing economies.
Further, the analysis highlights success factors for green hydrogen projects, based
on eight case studies covering applications in industrial, transport and power generation
sectors. The paper summarises the enabling conditions and financing solutions that
can spur the green hydrogen market creation and growth.
Published on November 09, 2022
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