The future of H2: A regional outlook - Part 1: Africa, Asia and Canada

by Lee Nichols, Vice President, Content/Editor-in-Chief, Hydrocarbon Processing   Over the past several years, the world has been engaged in an energy transition. According to the UN, more than 70 countries have set ambitious net-zero emissions goals,1 and many have enacted new regulations and initiatives to meet those targets. These pathways include, but are not limited to, the broader adoption of electric vehicles (EVs); utilising new low-/zero-carbon fuels (e.g., blue/green H₂) to decarbonise power, transport and heavy industry; increasing investments in renewable energy; increasing the percentage of bio-feedstock blending in transportation fuels; incorporating the use of carbon capture

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