The start of 2021 sees a new American president ready to address the threat of climate change by prioritising low carbon energy, a British Government White Paper backing the construction of a new nuclear plant and a central European EU member state mulling investment in nuclear power. Do these straws in the wind herald a new dawn? Or will they raise hopes which will once again be dashed?
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The synergy of the hydrogen economy and nuclear energy
Thursday 17 December 2020
14:00 - 15:30 GMT
There has never been a greater focus on the development of a clean hydrogen market. The focus of policy to date has been directed towards increasing production using electricity generated by renewables, ignoring the potential role of other low-carbon power sources, notably nuclear power. New NNWI report surveys the potential of hydrogen as a decarbonising agent as well as the state of present-day policy and makes clear the valuable role that nuclear-produced hydrogen can play in hastening the development of a widespread hydrogen deployment.