Hydrogen is the lightest, most abundant element on Earth. It’s rocket fuel.

And environmentalists want it to replace gasoline in the transportation sector, the largest U.S. emitter of greenhouse gases blamed for climate change.

New hydrogen and renewable gas technologies are proven to contribute to greenhouse gas reductions. Quickly scaling these technologies, however, will require new policies across government to drive near-term investment and accelerate deployment in the coming decade.

Llewellyn King, Executive Producter and Host, White House Chronicle

Mark Eisenhower, Partner, Guidehouse
Daan Peters, Director, Guidehouse