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29 September 2020 By George Hay

Beijing’s pledge to decarbonise before 2060 requires major electrification using renewable energy. The catch is that key parts of that strategy, like hydrogen power, remain too pricey. Yet if political focus helps make them cheaper, the benefits will not just be felt in China.

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