Clean hydrogen is one of the most hyped solutions to achieving net zero in time to avert climate catastrophe.
While it's true the molecule has a major role to play in decarbonised economies, massive hurdles remain. But Paddy Padmanathan, chief executive of Acwa Power, is a believer.
He says over the next decade, challenges around transport and pricing will rapidly diminish, paving the way for a hydrogen-powered future. He joins co-hosts Mustafa Alrawi and Kelsey Warner this week to explain how the universe's most abundant element works, and why it's a viable solution to our planet's biggest existential threat.
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In this episode
Code red (0m 56s)
Hydrogen energy opportunities (2m 33s)
Hurdles to overcome (7m 16s)
Who is paying for the development of Hydrogen? (9m 28s)
Race towards 2050 (20m 10s)