China will eventually drop the manufacture of grey hydrogen, which is produced from fossil fuels without carbon capture and storage, and will instead aggressively pursue the development of green hydrogen via renewable energy technology.


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Mao Zongqiang, vice chairman of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy, told the audience at the Global Forum on Energy Security organised by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing on Monday that China’s hydrogen development will follow the road map of “led by blue hydrogen, followed by green hydrogen and dropping out the grey hydrogen".