Hydrogen, CCUS Have Roles To Play In Net Zero, But Renewables Dominate Transition: BP

Clean hydrogen production and carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) will play important roles in decarbonizing the global economy, but a major shift to renewables is the dominant means by which greenhouse gas emissions will be mostly eliminated by 2050, according to BP plc.

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