Replacing the fossil fuels used in industrial processes with hydrogen will be essential to achieve the net-zero emissions required by 2050 to keep climate warming to 2 degrees Celsius, according to a report from the Rocky Mountain Institute. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now “The industrial processes used in the production of things like steel, cement, glass, and chemicals all require high-temperature heat,” said the report, Hydrogen’s Decarbonization Impact for Industry, issued Tuesday. “For these hard-to-abate sectors, there is essentially no way to reach net-zero emissions at the scale required without using hydrogen.” Replacing natural gas with hydrogen in industrial processes could open up a $1 trillion market, according to the report. Hydrogen continues to attract attention as a zero-carbon […]