The Getting to Zero Coalition is researching 66 zero emission pilots and demonstration projects globally, with more focusing on hydrogen than any other alternative.
This is partially due to some projects involving hydrogen production in the course of producing other fuels such as ammonia or methanol. Biofuels are recognized to have run beyond the demonstration phase, and sustainable feedstock development is now the focus for building biofuel supply.
The Getting to Zero Coalition is oriented towards European efforts due to the disproportionately European membership, with under-representation of projects in other regions. The Getting to Zero Coalition is comprised of the Global Maritime Forum, the Friends of Ocean action, and the World Economic Forum.