Around the world energy producers are facing increasing challenges of ensuring safe and reliable electricity and meeting the growing demand whilst reducing emissions. Alongside various renewable energy sources, the role of low-carbon hydrogen is rapidly growing and becoming an important narrative in the clean energy transition.
Accelerated and strategic deployment of renewables and natural gas can change the trajectory for climate change while in parallel continuing to advance the technologies for low or near zero-carbon power generation.
Decarbonization actions will be determined locally, based on resource availability, policy, current infrastructure, and demand for power. Transition continues to be a balance of affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy.