Combat to Climate Change
Increasingly, world societies begin regulating on fuels with high CO2 footprint, end-users demanding a change and it forces power operators shifting to CO2 emission reducing technologies. Another incentive to green transitions lies in the existing and still dominant dependency on oil, making many countries vulnerable to fuel supply from few. In the aftermath of a crisis, trade bargaining etc., demand exceeds supply, prices to diesel accelerate, leaving people in some countries without electricity or access to transportation etc. as we have seen in recent months.
The switch to “green power” and net zero initiatives we see rallied by access to viable clean power technologies (like ours), global campaigns, associations and partnerships, like this; US-Indian clean energy partnership, recently announced: https://www.livemint.com/news/india/us-india-launch-task-forces-on-hydrogen-biofuels-to-decarbonize-energy-sector-11632553320255.html