Al Jazeera reports that after years of being talked up as a potential game-changer, what has been billed as the fuel of the future is at last receiving serious financial and labour force commitments from governments and big business. In the Asia Pacific, Australia, with its vast areas where either sunshine or wind is in near-constant supply, is emerging as the region’s hub, and Europe has even bigger plans. The US, Oman, Morocco, and Kazakhstan have also all announced production plans, while China, the world’s largest producer and consumer of hydrogen, has set up 30 green hydrogen plants since 2019, and shows no sign of slowing down.