曹海斌 摘译自 氢能源新闻
Investing in hydrogen has broken the $500 billion mark, report
The Hydrogen Council’s updated data reveals a sharp increase in the H2 investment pipeline.
The trend toward investing in hydrogen has seen substantial growth according to the latest data published in the “Hydrogen Insights” report by the Hydrogen Council. That data indicated that this trend has now reached passed the $500 billion milestone.
Government commitments to accelerate and achieve decarbonization were an important factor.
According to the report, among the main drivers of investing in hydrogen has been government commitments to achieve decarbonization. The report was published at the end of last week in collaboration with McKinsey & Company. It showed that investments into “mature” H2 projects have seen a doubling since February 2021.
The report went align="justify"> about thirty percent of the investing in hydrogen has been focused align="justify"> Approximately $150 billion, that is, 30 percent of the total investment, has been focused on mature H2 projects. A mature project was defined as one that has reached its planning state, has passed a final investment decision, or has an association with a project currently commissioned, under construction, or that is already operating.