CO2-neutral blue hydrogen will be used mainly in industry and transport. The German 2030 target is to have an electrolyzer capacity of 5GW installed to produce 14TWh of green hydrogen, providing 15% of the hydrogen consumed in Germany by that date. Blue hydrogen is when natural gas is split into hydrogen and CO2 either by Steam Methane Reforming (SMR) or Auto Thermal Reforming (ATR), but the CO2 is captured and then stored. As the greenhouse gasses are captured, this mitigates the environmental impacts on the planet. The market research study provides insight into market driving forces, assessment of market opportunities, market share analysis, and market forecasts.