The UAE launched its Hydrogen Leadership Roadmap this week during the Cop26 global climate talks in Glasgow. Low-carbon hydrogen is being widely touted as a key element of the energy transition, and the UAE is setting out its stall to secure a 25% market share by 2030. This will form a key plank of the UAE’s aim to achieve net-zero by 2050 (MEES, 8 October).

Minister of Energy Suhail al-Mazrouei says “The UAE is well positioned to be a leader in low carbon hydrogen with natural competitive advantages for both blue and green hydrogen,” but acknowledges that “green hydrogen production remains in its infancy, requiring an international collaboration to accelerate its development.” (CONTINUED - 373 WORDS)