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IEA calls for policy incentives to stimulate clean hydrogen production

Hydrogen tube trailers and storage cylinders. The IEA says global governments are showing continued interest in the alternative fuel (Photo: Angel Garcia/Bloomberg)

Governments’ targets for clean hydrogen consumption do not match those set for its production, according to an International Energy Agency study

According to the International Energy Agency only 1 per cent of global hydrogen production currently uses low-emission energy. It calls for policies that offer greater incentives to ...

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