EU powerless to tame prices 💥 UK energy crisis deepens

Plus: Expensive gas = expensive hydrogen, scarcity erodes trade barriers, bitcoin ‘revolutionising’ energy + MORE

First up: Expensive gas means green hydrogen is theoretically cheaper than blue. But the interplay between renewables, gas, power and carbon prices complicates matters. That’s this week’s breakout story:

Energy Flux
Expensive gas = expensive hydrogen
Expensive gas has put fossil-based hydrogen out of the money. At today's inflated prices, green hydrogen is *in theory* already cheaper to produce in Europe than both blue and grey H2. Using models developed by Australian math modelling outfit Keynumbers…
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