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Green hydrogen can fuel the low-carbon world of the future

Collective political leadership can make it happen

| India
A fuel cell truck in Lucerne, Switzerland, in October 2020: For the world to meet green hydrogen demand and net-zero emissions targets, more collaborative action is needed.   © Reuters

Arunabha Ghosh is CEO of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water.

Marking India's 75th Independence Day last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for energy independence by 2047, when independent India will celebrate its centenary, and announced a National Hydrogen Mission to make India a hub for green hydrogen production and export.

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