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IRENA advocates for global collaboration to speed up the adoption of green hydrogen

The report from IRENA's Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen evaluates the advancement of green hydrogen implementation. It examines the progress made so far in translating strategies and plans for green hydrogen into tangible actions, especially concerning the structures of green hydrogen supply and demand.

Essencial role to accomplish net-zero emissions

Green hydrogen and its by-products play a crucial role in achieving net-zero emissions by the middle of the century, contributing to 12% of emission reductions and an estimated 14% of final energy consumption by 2050, according to IRENA’s 1.5°C Scenario. This necessitates a significant increase in electrolyser capacity from current negligible levels to 5,722 GW by 2050. To meet this demand, there is a pressing need for accelerated deployment of green hydrogen and its derivatives, along with efforts to stimulate robust off-take signals.

This report offers valuable insights into challenges and solutions related to both supply and demand. It also highlights areas that require further attention and draws on essential insights gathered from IRENA’s member countries and experts.

Collaborative Frameworks

IRENA established the Collaborative Frameworks as platforms for dialogue and co-ordinated action to support the global energy transition. With its nearly universal global membership, the agency has a unique mandate to bring the global community together to discuss and co-operate on topics of strategic importance.

In 2023, the Collaborative Framework on Green Hydrogen (CFGH) shifted its focus to assessing the global deployment of hydrogen after years of developing strategies and announcing projects. This effort supported the Independent Global Stocktake (iGST) process during the 2023 United Nations Association Climate and Oceans COP28 in the UAE.


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