IEA's net-zero world calls for 530MMtpa of hydrogen

THE International Energy Agency’s pathway to net-zero emissions by 2050 report has forecast global hydrogen demand to reach 530 million tonnes per annum by 2050 – the bulk of which will come from electrolysis.

IEA's net-zero world calls for 530MMtpa of hydrogen IEA's net-zero world calls for 530MMtpa of hydrogen IEA's net-zero world calls for 530MMtpa of hydrogen IEA's net-zero world calls for 530MMtpa of hydrogen IEA's net-zero world calls for 530MMtpa of hydrogen

Bulk will come from electrolysis

Global demand for hydrogen in 2020 sat at around 90MMt - mostly produced from fossil fuels emitting  close to 900 million tonnes of CO2, according to the IEA.