How the EU can certify low-carbon hydrogen
Recently, the European Commission delivered an important message: Europe will not be able to produce all the hydrogen it will require to decarbonise hard-to-electrify sectors such as steel, high-temperature industrial process heat, and shipping.
Poised to Lead: How the Middle East and North Africa Can Accelerate the Global Energy Transition
A new report from Clean Air Task Force (CATF) explores the potential for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to position itself for leadership in the growing global market for low-carbon hydrogen — and to enable technologies such as carbon capture and storage technology and near-zero methane emissions management….
Why Europe’s wind industry needs decarbonised steel
To build Europe’s wind infrastructure, we will need decarbonised steel. For this, support for hydrogen infrastructure will be essential.
Why Europe needs to focus on industrial decarbonisation
Industrial decarbonisation presents one of the hardest climate challenges in Europe, and the longer we ignore it, the harder it will become.
IJmuiden and why a portfolio of solutions are still needed for the European steel industry
Tata Steel has opted to replace an existing blast furnaces with an alternative low-carbon technology based on clean hydrogen.
How does a carbon-intensive energy hub with limited renewable energy resources go about decarbonizing?
The decarbonization plans of Singapore are worth paying attention to both because of the city’s ability to set decarbonizataion trends in the region, and its global role in the shipping industry. In this blog, we take a look at the country’s options. Climate change has created unprecedented challenges for countries…
CATF Consultation for the Revision of the European Commission’s TEN-T Regulation
With the Green Deal and its ambitious climate goals, the EU needs to adapt the TEN-T Regulation to ensure that the transport sector, currently representing almost a quarter of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions, can transition to zero-emissions mobility.
European Parliament Clarifies Position on Hydrogen Strategy
CATF welcomes the adoption this afternoon by the European Parliament of its own-initiative report on the Hydrogen Strategy. The European Commission unveiled its strategy on 8 July 2020. Since hydrogen has a key role to play as a decarbonisation enabler for hard-to-electrify sectors, the Commission strategy aims to scale up…