The hydrogen economy could grow 10-fold over the next 30 years from 60 Mt to 500-800Mt. Due to its energy density, storability and suitability for high-heat processes, it will likely be used in heavy industry, heavy-duty transport (directly or in the form of synthetic fuels), and in integrated energy systems. But how can policymakers and industry players crack the chicken-and-egg issue of supply and demand to unlock economies of scale?
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