With the global hydrogen generation market projected to reach 201 billion USD by 2025, understanding the hydrogen market and its role in the journey to net zero is becoming increasingly important to businesses and organisations
In these sessions, we'll discuss the legal and regulatory landscape alongside opportunities and challenges presented by scaling up hydrogen markets, developing & financing a hydrogen project and the current and future use cases for hydrogen.
The sessions will be presented by a range of experts from Osborne Clarke's hydrogen practice including Hugo Lidbetter, Katarzyna Barańska, Yelena Bonzel, Carlo Gioffrè, Deborah Harvey, Joanna Peltzman, Olexiy Oleshchuk, Hannah Roscoe and Blanca Montero. We are pleased that we will be joined by speakers from the hydrogen sector from Aurora Energy Research, Ikigai Capital and the European Commission.
Ahead of this series, a recording of our recent webinar 'Back to basics - The role of hydrogen in the journey to net zero' provides an introduction to hydrogen.
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Hydrogen markets and regulation
Monday 12 September | 09:00 - 10:00 BST | 10:00 - 11:00 CET
We will be joined by Pablo Borondo, Senior Associate, European Hydrogen from Aurora Energy Research, Europe's largest dedicated power analytics provider, who will discuss the current hydrogen market against the backdrop of foreseeable and long term market opportunities. Osborne Clarke lawyers across a number of European jurisdictions will explore the current regulatory landscape and the standards and regulations that are still required in the market.
Developing & financing a hydrogen project
Tuesday 13 September | 09:00 - 10:00 BST | 10:00 - 11:00 CET
This webinar will explore the legal challenges and opportunities for both the developers and funders of hydrogen projects across Europe. We will have a special focus on current experiences conducting hydrogen projects from Ikigai Capital who have been appointed to deliver a Hydrogen Investment Strategy for the Thames Estuary.
Future of hydrogen projects
Wednesday 14 September | 09:00 - 10:00 BST | 10:00 - 11:00 CET
In this webinar, we will explore the long term future for hydrogen. From policy aims to the use cases for hydrogen across various European jurisdictions, we will be answering questions such as, 'How is hydrogen likely to feature in the journey to net zero across Europe?'. We will be joined by Michal Kubicki, Policy Advisor in the European Commission, who will be explaining how hydrogen will feature in the future of sustainable transport across Europe.