Never mind the Great Rock ‘n’ roll Swindle (for those old enough to remember) but the great green Hydrogen swindle is in full flow. I believe as many do, that green H2 will have a part to play in the decarbonisation challenge we face. Hard to abate industries, such as Cement, Steel and Glass will be difficult to electrify, as will long haul shipping (that said a significant amount of long haul shipping is transporting fossil fuels!)
Michael Liebreich's Hydrogen ladder gives a well researched and explained idea of where Green H2 is valuable and viable, and where it is not (The Clean Hydrogen Ladder [Now updated to V4.1] - liebreich )
As another political farce, COP 28, is ongoing, the UK government continue at pace to accept the BS and lobbying of the fossil fuel industry and their shills and lackeys, to greenwash, gaslight and push hydrogen use where it makes no sense, unless you're financially invested in fossil fuels.
This article from the Guardian sheds some insight on the duplicity.
So many of us work to decarbonise industry and transport, including many in the Hydrogen industry, for genuine reasons, and with genuine use cases. It's important that all of us shout loud about what is and what isn't a good use case. Otherwise many years are lost, and many tax dollars, pounds and Euro's will be feathering the nests of those that cause CO2, methane and other negative emissions, rather than those that seek to genuinely remove them.