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Hydrogen has the potential to solve intermittency-related problems and decarbonize heavy industry and heavy-duty transport. However, many of hydrogen’s main uses seem to be years away from being at parity with other energy sources due to the high cost of electrolyzers and renewable energy inputs. What are the lowest-hanging fruits for hydrogen adoption, and what can stakeholders do to accelerate adoption?