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Hydrogen revisited: Podcast

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Back in March of this year we chatted about hydrogen, Whys-everyone-talking-about-Hydrogen. Since then it's been a year of strategies, roadmaps and reports - there seems to be a new one every week. The industry is awash with 'momentum'. But is this all talk, or has there been action on hydrogen since we last discussed it? Are we starting to see signs that hydrogen is set to take off in 2020 and if so, in which applications and market sectors? 

 

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Matt Chester on Dec 3, 2019 5:33 pm GMT

there seems to be a new one every week. The industry is awash with 'momentum'. But is this all talk, or has there been action on hydrogen since we last discussed it

Perfectly encapsulates it-- there definitely seems to be a new tech, startup, breakthrough every week or so, but then you don't hear about it again for quite a while. I just hope there doesn't become fatigue with this trend, as with all cleantech innovations the hype well precedes actual implementation. It's important to be able to keep on the path and 'slow and steady' it

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Charley Rattan on Dec 6, 2019 12:04 pm GMT

Yes, it is alll about shovels in the ground and project delivery now!

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