An overview of the EU’s plans for a pilot auction to boost hydrogen production in Europe.
Partner Dr F. Maximilian Boemke has contributed to KGAL’s white paper “Green H2 Investments – from Buzz to Boom”, which provides a macroeconomic, technological, regulatory and market overview of hydrogen opportunities.
Green hydrogen will be a key part of the world’s transition to net zero carbon emissions, and its utilisation (through various forms) will be an important feature of the next 30 years as use of green hydrogen-related energy in the global economy increases.
WFW advises GP JOULE on framework agreement for delivery of 5,000 hydrogen-fuelled trucks12 August 2022
The trucks will be equipped with fuel cells, batteries and hydrogen tank systems as well as a specially developed axel with wheel hub motors and a bespoke Clean Logistics control system.
Nearly a year on from the publication of the UK’s Hydrogen Strategy in August 2021, what progress have we seen?
Watson Farley & Williams and UniCredit had the pleasure of hosting the first ever Munich Hydrogen Summit on 30 June 2022, a hybrid event focussing on hydrogen projects, investments and financing. Speakers from major industry players, technology providers and developers as well as financing experts shared their insights, with Watson Farley & Williams providing regulatory expertise.
GP Joule plans to lease its new fleet of trucks to logistics companies across Germany as part of its sustainable mobility project to help decarbonise the transport sector.
While there is still a strong emphasis on an energy transition, this seems to be a bit of a sidestep from 2021’s Net Zero Strategy and the decarbonisation focus of COP26, hosted in Glasgow in October 2021.
Our Munich Hydrogen Summit gave insights into a number of current projects, looked closely at the regulatory framework they operate within and provided an overview of key considerations for the investment and financing of green hydrogen projects.
Does the UK’s Net Zero Strategy deliver on its aim to go “further and faster to tackle climate change”? Is it a “step up” and “first of a kind”?