The Collaborative Framework serves as an effective vehicle for dialogue, co-operation and coordinated action to accelerate development and deployment of green hydrogen and its derivatives for the global renewable energy transformation. The Collaborative Framework leverages the Agency’s work on green hydrogen, the wealth of knowledge and expertise that exists within...
The side event gathered public and private stakeholders to discuss key opportunities and challenges in scaling up green hydrogen, focusing on policies for the supply side of green hydrogen.
Renewable-based “green” hydrogen will be crucial to achieve net-zero emissions. This report offers guidelines on how to kickstart it at national and regional levels.
Green hydrogen is projected to grow rapidly in the coming years. Participants of a ministerial roundtable have identified it as potential key accelerator of the energy transition and enabler for a wider global decarbonization.
Green hydrogen can help to cut emissions in energy-intensive, hard-to decarbonise sectors like steel, chemicals, long-haul transport, shipping and aviation. But electrolyser costs must be cut to make it economical.
As part of IRENA’s autumn Council, Member countries convened today in a Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen co-facilitated by Morocco and the European Commission, discussed how industry recommendations can turn into concrete measures for policymakers to boost green hydrogen globally.
This white paper, developed by the IRENA Coalition for Action, provides insights from a renewable energy industry perspective on the growth opportunities of green hydrogen and what is needed from policy makers to accelerate its adoption worldwide.
IRENA’s Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen underlined the critical role of hydrogen for a net-zero economy in line with IRENA’s 1.5C scenario.
As global economies turn increasingly carbon neutral, IRENA drives hydrogen agenda and sees renewable hydrogen at least cost possible within decade.