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Blue and grey hydrogen to pave path for green: Accenture

ACCENTURE’s senior manager hydrogen and carbon capture utilisation and storage, Gavin Stannett, told Energy News in an exclusive interview that hydrogen’s nomenclature nature would play an essential role in simplifying the volatile gas’s chemically intricate process to pave the way for the establishment of commercial H2.

 Gavin Stannett - credits to Accenture

Gavin Stannett - credits to Accenture

Currently, almost all hydrogen produced worldwide is from natural gas, which is grey hydrogen, costing around A$1.67 to A$3.34 per kilogram, according to PwC analysis.  Green hydrogen, generated from...

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