Hydrogen

To accelerate the global transition to a low-carbon economy, all energy systems and sectors must be actively decarbonized. While hydrogen has been a staple in the energy and chemical industries for decades, renewable hydrogen is drawing increased attention today as a versatile and sustainable energy carrier with the potential to play an important role in the carbon-free energy puzzle.

ARTICLE

Green Hydrogen Value Chains in the Industrial Sector – Geopolitical and Market Implications

Authors: Laima Eicke and Nicola De Blasio

Katzki/Unsplash

REFERENCE

A rainbow of colors dominates almost every conversation on the transition to a low-carbon economy: green, grey, blue, turquoise, pink, yellow, orange – an ever-increasing palette to describe the same colorless, odorless, and highly combustible molecule, hydrogen. The only difference is the chemical process used to produce it.

Jeff Roberson/AP Photo

REPORT

The Future of Green Hydrogen Value Chains - Geopolitical and Market Implications in the Industrial Sector

Authors: Laima Eicke and Nicola De Blasio

ARTICLE

Competitive and Secure Renewable Hydrogen Markets - Three Strategic Scenarios for the European Union

Authors: Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez and Nicola De Blasio

Wiggler/Pixabay

PAPER

MIGHTY: Model of Green Hydrogen Trade

Authors: Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez and Nicola De Blasio

Lue/Unsplash

REPORT

The Future of Renewable Hydrogen in the European Union - Market and Geopolitical Implications

Authors: Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez and Nicola De Blasio

Alexlmx/Dreamstime

G20 REPORT

Mission Hydrogen: Accelerating the Transition to a Low Carbon Economy

Editor: Nicola De Blasio

Authors: Nicola De Blasio, Fridolin Pflugmann, Henry Lee, Charles Hua, Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez and Phoebe Fallon

Getty Images/iStockphoto

POLICY BRIEFS

A series of G20 policy briefs addressing the future of hydrogen and its market, geopolitical and technological implications.

Kirch/Shutterstock

PAPER

The Role of Clean Hydrogen for a Sustainable Mobility

Author: Nicola De Blasio

Abstract

Download Full Paper [PDF]

This paper was first published in "The Global Quest for Sustainability" by the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) and McKinsey in July 2021

Quepon/Unsplash

POSITION PAPER

Will Renewable Hydrogen Help to Unite Europe?

Authors: Alejandro Nuñez-Jimenez and Nicola De Blasio

Li Yang/Unsplash

PAPER

Is China's Hydrogen Economy Coming? A Game-Changing Opportunity

Authors: Nicola De Blasio and Fridolin Pflugmann