Oil major Chevron has been accused of “greenwashing” in a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. consumer protection agency, marking a novel approach by activists in their battle with Big Oil.

Hydrogen is vogue again. In the media, at conferences, in company presentations, there is no escaping the buzz around it.

Industry players are increasingly convinced that the so-called “fuel of the future” can provide the missing piece of the puzzle in the energy transition: a route to cutting emissions in sectors where carbon-free electricity can’t.

Today’s first item takes a step back and looks at where things stand in the development of hydrogen as a key part of the energy complex.

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