The sustainable investor for a changing world

In efforts to transition to a low-carbon or even zero-emissions economy, green hydrogen – a source of energy that is odourless and produces only water when burned – can play a major role, making it a key investment opportunity of the future. Producing this fossil-free fuel at scale will require setting up an entirely new industry from scratch.

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