Difference between revisions of "Change the use of electricity and hydrogen"

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|Description=It is possible to promote the use of electricity and hydrogen at the end-use level. Given the high flexibility in the choice of feedstock in these energy carriers, so that more low-carbon technologies can be deployed, high shares of electricity and hydrogen use in final energy increase the ability of the total system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Revision as of 15:33, 3 April 2014

Description: It is possible to promote the use of electricity and hydrogen at the end-use level.
Is implemented in: Energy conversion


Associated policy response component

Component: Air pollution and energy policies
Page: Air pollution and energy policies/Policy issues

Effects of this policy intervention on components

Component: Energy conversion
Effect : This policy intervention will result in more hydrogen or electricity production and generation capacity.

Component: Energy supply
Effect :

Component: Emissions
Effect :

Component: Energy demand
Effect : An increase in the use of electricity and hydrogen at the end use level. Given the high flexibility in the choice of feedstock in electricity and hydrogen production this can increase the ability of the total system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a mitigation scenario.