Is blue hydrogen a ‘Trojan horse’ for the fossil fuel industry?

Hydrogen has a vital role to play in helping the UK achieve its target of net zero carbon emissions – that much is clear. But there is growing controversy over how we should produce that hydrogen, an escalating battle between those who back the so-called blue and green versions.

by James Fair

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