China’s Nascent Green Hydrogen Sector
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Nis Grünberg.
The Hidden Motive of China’s Zero Emissions Pledge: Energy Security
By Chan Kung and He Jun
China’s embrace of electric vehicles and the hydrogen economy is also about reducing its reliance on foreign energy sources.
Can Japan Be Both Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free?
By Daisuke Akimoto
Japan can – and should – pursue an energy mix that is both carbon-neutral and avoids reliance on nuclear energy.
How Green Is South Korea’s Green New Deal?
By Sam Macdonald
Like many of Seoul’s previous environmental plans, corporate interests seem to be overshadowing those of the environment.
The Future of Australia’s Energy
By Joshua Mcdonald
Coal could be sidelined by a push for gas to serve as a transition fuel, and a move toward renewably produced hydrogen.
Japan Pins Energy Hopes on Australia
By Grant Wyeth
Tokyo has ambitions to become a hydrogen fueled society by 2050 and Australia is a key aspect of achieving that goal.
South Korea’s Hydrogen Economy Ambitions
By Troy Stangarone
Moon Jae-in has an ambitious plan for South Korea to become a leader in hydrogen vehicles and fuel cells.
Three Approaches to Japan’s Energy Problem
By Clint Richards
New technologies are available, but have yet to gain popular acceptance.