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November 16, 2022

COP27: “Green hydrogen is one of the bright spots of this COP” – Jonas Moberg, CEO of GH2

By Nour Ghantous

Energy Monitor reporter Nour Ghantous (left) in conversation with Jonas Moberg, CEO of the Green Hydrogen Organisation at COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

“People are increasingly realising that we have plenty of renewable energy [and] we can use that much more if we convert it into hydrogen through electrolysis,” Jonas Moberg, CEO of the Green Hydrogen Organisation (GH2), tells Energy Monitor in an interview at COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

Green, or renewable, hydrogen could displace carbon-based fuels in everything from fertilisers to steel-making to fuel for ships, he suggests.

Moberg talks about green hydrogen’s challenges, including building public acceptance for the roll-out of more solar and wind power, and his views on the role of the private sector in bringing about “real change”.

Climate action beyond green hydrogen at COP27:

Reporter Nour Ghantous (week one) and senior writer Dave Keating (week two) are reporting from COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, on behalf of Energy Monitor and our parent company, GlobalData. They are providing the data-led analysis you have come to expect from Energy Monitor but also something new: video interviews with business leaders, policymakers and campaigners. We encourage you to return often to our Energy Monitor home page for updates from the conference. You can also sign up for our free biweekly newsletter here.

Other recent COP27 coverage includes:

COP27: Ukraine energy company DTEK maintains net-zero goal, by Nour Ghantous (14 November)

Opinion: COP27 comes after a year of unfulfilled COP26 promises, by Nick Ferris (11 November)

COP27: Data science can strengthen climate action, by Nour Ghantous (11 November)

COP27: Alpine Group proffers recycled textiles to combat climate, by Nour Ghantous (10 November)

Why the financial odds are stacked against developing countries, by Isabeau van Halm and Polly Bindman (9 November)

COP27: International Labour Organization wants to see a just transition “actually implemented”, by Nour Ghantous (9 November)

COP27 take note: Climate tech funding has soared in 2022, by Eric Johansson (9 November)

COP27: How countries compare on carbon emissions and pledges, by Nick Ferris (7 November)

COP27: Mattie Yeta, CGI’s chief sustainability officer, on the first-ever ‘metaverse COP’, by Nour Ghantous (7 November)

Which countries are already at net zero?, by Nick Ferris (25 October)

COP27: Manage your expectations, by Nour Ghantous (21 September)

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