RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The H2ar Consortium, a collaborative workspace led by Y-TEC and bringing together 50 leading companies, presented the report on scenarios for the next decade, which shows that Argentina has competitive costs for the supply of low-carbon hydrogen at the international level. The text states that the cost of hydrogen could be 1.40 dollars per kilo for the blue form and 1.50 dollars for the green one by 2030.
The first report of results was presented yesterday. According to the organization, it shows that Argentina faces a historic opportunity, driven by the acceleration . . .