Betting on blue: Is Whitehall right to back hydrogen from natural gas?

Huge investment is going into hydrogen technologies to help meet net zero. But there are concerns that the nascent sector might be being over-hyped. Gareth Simkins reports

by Gareth Simkins
Tractebel Overdick, a branch of Engie, has plans to produce green hydrogen at sea. Image: Tractebel/Engie
Tractebel Overdick, a branch of Engie, has plans to produce green hydrogen at sea. Image: Tractebel/Engie

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