DUBLIN, June 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Fuel Cell – Hydrogen Policy and Regulation by Key Countries” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The demand for decarbonization, increasing investments in renewable energy and the potential of hydrogen for wide application areas make hydrogen a key element in achieving a low-carbon society. While investments in the hydrogen ecosystem are just beginning, they are poised for rapid growth in the coming years.
The 2015 Paris Agreement is a major milestone for global climate action and the move towards a carbon-free society. Naturally, this has led to widespread interest in renewable energy across the world. However, this alone is not enough to decarbonize the global community.
Hydrogen is rapidly becoming a key part of the transition from an oil-based economy to a low-carbon society, and governments around the world have been actively investing in renewable energy and hydrogen production using this renewable energy.
Another interesting aspect is the potential application of hydrogen in all industries, including steel manufacturing, fertilizers, heating and electricity for buildings and mobility. Thus, many countries have developed a hydrogen strategy prioritizing their objectives and committed to investing billions over the next decade.
While some countries have prioritized production and export, others have made domestic and foreign investments to ensure future supply. There are also specific targets related to production, in terms of cost or quantity, or specific areas targeted for decarbonisation, such as industries, heat and power or mobility.
However, for hydrogen to truly decarbonize, it is essential that the energy used to produce hydrogen also has low or zero emissions. When using renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind and hydropower which are zero-emission solutions, the hydrogen thus produced is classified as “green” hydrogen. While other low-carbon solutions, such as the use of carbon capture and storage (CCS), are often referred to as “blue” hydrogen or that produced using nuclear power is called “purple” hydrogen.
Main topics covered:
1. The strategic imperative
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The strategic imperative
The impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the hydrogen industry
Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline engine
2. Growth Environment and Scope – Global Hydrogen Industry
3. Growth environment
Global Hydrogen Policies and Incentives
The color spectrum of hydrogen
Market Valuation Dashboard – Asia
Market Valuation Dashboard – Europe
Market Assessment Dashboard – Americas
Market Assessment Dashboard – Other Regions
4. Country Profiles – Australia
Australia – National Hydrogen Strategy
Australia – First low emission technology
Australia – Focus on hydrogen export
13. The Netherlands
15. South Korea
South Korea – Hydrogen economy roadmap
South Korea – New green deal
South Korea – Hydrogen cities for 2022
Swiss – No specific hydrogen strategy
Swiss – Hydrogen for mobility
Swiss – Closed Loop Hydrogen Cycle with Trucks
17. United Kingdom
18. United States
19. Growth Opportunities
Growth Opportunity 1: Hydrogen technology and intellectual property to attract increased investment
Growth Opportunity 2: Strategic partnership for hydrogen research and development, production and transportation technologies
Growth Opportunity 3: Hydrogen as a product or service for geographic expansion
20. List of exhibits
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