Hydrogen and Ammonia : Offering tailored pathways to net zero emissions
By Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Download your copy to discover why experts see both hydrogen and ammonia as vital net zero fuels, and how to transform hydrogen and ammonia into mainstream pathways to help curb net zero emissions.
What shall we do to achieve net zero CO2 emissions by 2050?
The contribution of renewable energy and related technologies to the global energy mix is progressively increasing. This is also borne out by predictions from the International Energy Agency that the increase of greenhouse gas emissions in 2022 will be much smaller than the post-pandemic rebound we saw in 2021.
However, there is still a long way to go to achieve net zero and renewable energy will not be the only solution. Experts point to the rising interest in hydrogen and ammonia, with their significant potential to accelerate decarbonization across power generation, industry and transportation.
While momentum is building in terms of policy support, deployments and the technical solutions needed to make wider and regular use of hydrogen and ammonia, we still have to overcome a lot of challenges to develop these net zero fuels.
In a new white paper by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, you can discover the recent advances in developing and scaling the hydrogen and ammonia footprints, and learn about the availability and commercial prospects of these promising alternative options to fossil fuels.
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