Towards emissions certification systems for international trade in hydrogen: the policy challenge of defining boundaries for emissions accounting

Lee White, Reza Fazeli, Wenting Cheng, Emma Aisbett, Fiona Beck, Kenneth Baldwin, Penelope Howarth, Lily O'Neill

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    Abstract

    In certifying low-carbon hydrogen it is important to consider the full supply chain. It is important to not neglect carbon in infrastructure and feedstocks. The boundaries of emissions accounting has substantial emissions implications. Current hydrogen strategies consider supply chain emissions inconsistently. Modular certification at well-defined boundaries could support trade.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalEnergy
    Volume215
    Issue numberA
    Publication statusPublished - 2020

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