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Hydrogen – it’s a gas! Ashley-Jane Kyle, Investment Manager, Dr Gabrielle Walker

Hydrogen has not quite lived up to its potential as a source of ‘green’ energy. New technology, the ‘renewables’ revolution and global government policy changes look set brighten its long-term prospects.


Source: Bloomberg Finance L.P.

Source: IEA, Barclays Research ‘Hydrogen – a climate megatrend’ 2020
Ashley-Jane Kyle
Investment Manager

Ashley-Jane is an investment manager at Walter Scott, who joined the firm in 2017. She holds a BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance from Edinburgh Napier University and an MSc in Finance and Investment from the University of Edinburgh. Ashley-Jane is a CFA charterholder.

Dr Gabrielle Walker

Internationally recognised expert and author on sustainability and climate change.

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