IEA Report: Global Hydrogen Review 2022

A study titled “Global Hydrogen Review 2022” has been released by the IEA (International Energy Agency). The International Energy Agency publishes the Global Hydrogen Review every year, which examines global hydrogen supply and demand as well as advancements in crucial areas such as infrastructure development, commerce, policy, legislation, investments, and innovation.

The paper, which is a byproduct of the Clean Energy Ministerial Hydrogen Initiative, aims to enlighten key players in the energy industry on the state and future of hydrogen and to provide context for discussions at the Hydrogen Energy Ministerial Meeting, which Japan is hosting. This year’s review aims to assist decision-makers in fine-tuning strategies to draw investment and facilitate the deployment of hydrogen technologies while also creating demand for hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels, with a focus on hydrogen’s potentially significant role in achieving global energy and climate goals. It contrasts current events with the goals that businesses and governments have publicly articulated.