The beauty and the beast of hydrogen transition lies in complex solutions – key to carbon neutrality
COP28 (United Nations Climate Change Conference) made a historical step by agreeing in a sentence with joint aim on abandoning fossil fuels. Carbon neutrality does not happen without challenges, exemplified by the “chicken-egg” problem in the large-scaled hydrogen use and production – called hydrogen transition. The challenge highlights the need for innovative solutions and cross-sectoral collaborative efforts. Transition requires a unified approach, multiple solutions and breaking down barriers to pave the way for a hydrogen-based future.
Read more about the beauty and the beast; the possibilities and the challenges of hydrogen transition in a blog post by Marko Huttula, professor and Head of Nano and Molecular Systems Research Unit and H2Future research program, in Science with Arctic Attitude blog.