Is green hydrogen the heir apparent to fossil fuels?

Just ahead of COP26, this event examines critical questions about hydrogen’s future as a source of sustainable energy.

Members event, Panel Recording
29 October 2021 — 12:00PM TO 1:00PM
Chatham House and Online

Is green hydrogen the heir apparent to fossil fuels? - highlights

— HIGHLIGHT CLIP: Just ahead of COP26, this event examines critical questions about hydrogen’s future as a source of sustainable energy.

Several innovations are coming online. Last year the UK launched ‘Hydroflex’, a hydrogen powered train, while hydrogen powered generators are being developed and more start-ups are prioritizing hydrogen solutions to meet energy demands.

  • What is the scope for these innovations to become mainstream, sustainable and affordable?

  • Is green hydrogen the heir to fossil fuels?

  • Can hydrogen deliver on a more eco-friendly future provided it is produced without material emissions?

  • What are its green credentials?

  • How can hydrogen become more cost-effective for people, communities and nations?

  • What is the scope for developing green hydrogen in emerging economies?

This event is part of Chatham House’s ongoing work on realizing sustainability.

As with all member events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.

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