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Morning from the @BloombergNEF summit in London, where we just heard that hydrogen-steel will be competitive with coal-steel by 2030.

Interesting to see alongside @IEA renewable report out today on renewable vs fossil-based hydrogen…
Here's the #bnefsummit slide on increasingly competitive green hydrogen becoming competitive with fossil derived hydrogen.

Really challenges the conventional wisdom in the UK IMO
It's also worth re-upping this research we covered earlier in the year, which argued that renewable hydrogen is "already cost competitive" (in certain situations)

carbonbrief.org/renewable-hydr…
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THREAD: @BloombergNEF CEO Jon Moore's #BNEFSummit opener, slide by slide 1/
2/ Annual global emissions from fossil fuels. Half of all fossil fuel-related CO2 emissions have been emitted since 1990 #BNEFSummit
3/ Thus, the @IPCC_CH findings on what needs to happen to change our climate change path: zero net emissions in not very much time.
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Here's a few slides from my Future of EVs talk at the BNEF Summit last week. Feedback welcome! #BNEFSummit
1/ We're expecting around 1.6 million EVs sold this year. Battery electrics are pulling ahead of plug-in hybrids, driven by China.
2/ There are now 14 countries where EVs were above 1% of total vehicle sales. Still small, but most countries cross over 2% around a year after crossing 1%.
3/ China and Europe are pulling ahead on EV adoption. Expect this to continue.
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Folks, we've posted almost every presentation from @BloombergNEF's #bnefsummit. Here's a thread with our CEO Jon Moore's talk to open the event: 1/
2/ The theme of the talk - "The Power of Perspective" - examines energy technology and transport through the lenses of our four global events in New York, London, Shanghai and Palo Alto (those are @Suzlon wind turbine blades by the way)
3/ The lens on Europe: here's what happens in a mature power system with lots of wind and solar, generation in excess of demand, and competitive wholesale power pricing...you get _very_ negative prices .
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