As more countries pursue deep decarbonization strategies, hydrogen will play a critical role in their energy transition. The convergence of political, economic, social, and technological drivers is now accelerating the energy transition and will enable the evolution of the energy system. Novel considerations such as the availability of materials to support this transition need to be addressed in order to meet carbon neutrality targets. Precious metals and minerals are deeply embedded in renewables and electrification technology. The hydrogen economy is no different. Key minerals such as platinum, iridium, nickel, and rare earth elements play a crucial role in the roll-out of hydrogen production through electrolysis.
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