Global legislation to reduce emissions
has made green Hydrogen ‘the fuel of
the now’.


Clean energy investment is expected to rise to more than $4 trillion per annum globally in 2030¹


By 2030 the annual investment in hydrogen is expected to be circa $40 billion²


Production of low-carbon
hydrogen is anticipated to grow
to over 200 million tons per annum by 2030³


Governments worldwide have committed over $70 billion in public funding to date, with more than $300 billion expected by the end of the decade


UK gov’s 10-point-plan for a green industrial revolution aims to develop 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030, which could in turn create 8,000 jobs


By 2035 The UK hydrogen market is forecast to support 75K jobs


The UK has announced a £3 billion investment into ‘bus back better’, requiring 4,000 zero-emission buses

Net Zero

Hydrogen is vital to accelerate decarbonisation of the UK economy, and meet net-zero legislation

Hydrogen’s role in the energy transition goes
beyond enabling the renewable system: it is
vital in decarbonising end uses, especially in
transportation and heavy industry.

Growth & Scale
Growth & Scale

Hydrogen is viable today for transportation but as the industry scales and the cost of production drops, other sectors such as heavy industries and heating will come online over the next decade supporting the industry’s growth.


Hydrogen is vital to accelerate decarbonisation of the UK economy and achieve net-zero legislation. It has the potential to close -50% gap in CO2 emissions to achieve -2C scenario by replacing fossil fuels.

Green Economy
Green Economy

The green hydrogen market is expected to grow 300x over the next decade from 100MW of production in 2020 to 34GW in 2030 (Hydrogen Council).