Lauerman: The Future Of Clean Hydrogen Consumption, Part 3 – The Pragmatic Case

In Part 1 of this three-part series I presented the Hydrogen Council’s bullish case for global hydrogen consumption in a net zero by 2050 world, and in Part 2 the rationale for a bearish case based on new energy guru Michael Liebreich’s clean hydrogen ladder. Here, in Part 3, I will quantify a Liebreich-like bearish case in relation to the council’s bullish case, and provide what I believe to be a more pragmatic case for global hydrogen demand in 2050.

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