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Hydrogen scales up

The potential for the widespread use of hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel is gaining traction in Asia

Governments and investors in Japan, China, South Korea and Australia are increasingly turning to hydrogen as a long-term alternative to fossil fuels, suited to a decarbonised world. Hydrogen's range of potential applications include diverse forms of energy use from power generation to transport, heating and industrial processes. According to the Hydrogen Council, the international hydrogen market could be worth $2.5 trillion by 2050, meeting 18% of total global final energy demand, provide 30m jobs globally and reduce CO2 by 6 gigatonnes per year. The International Energy Agency has identified hydrogen as instrumental in diversifying the global energy mix and reducing emissions, while Shel

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