Filipe de Vasconcelos Fernandes (Senior Consultant) writes an article published in Capital Verde on the production costs of Green Hydrogen, in which he makes a detailed analysis of this theme, stating that the "cost" factor assumes preponderance in the current context of energy transition.

"According to data from the International Energy Agency, setting the planet on a consistent course with level 0, on average, of net CO2 emissions by 2050 requires a substantial increase in renewable-based energy assets - wind, solar photovoltaic, electric vehicles and electrolysers.

This is where the case for Green Hydrogen comes into play, knowing in advance that both the scale and availability of this energy vector is a function of the availability of low carbon energy sources, again with highlight to wind and solar photovoltaics."

Read the article here.