The only thing strong in hydrogen, be it green or blue, is the stench of massive subsidies, both open and hidden. Nobody ever tells us about the actual costs. We always hear that it is economical. We hear this about wind and solar for decades now and still, every single operator that cannot get subsidies anymore closes shop instantly. After decades of technological progress. If anything the promoters of those projects promised would have come half true, those power sources would have replaced everything else a long time ago with no help at all. Nothing like this ever happened. Hydrogen is just wind and solar on steroids.
Panellists agree it will take time and incentives to reduce cost of green hydrogen to a level where it is competitive with the blue variety