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.
The two additional newbuildings planned – Explora V and Explora VI – will use LNG as a main fuel as well as green hydrogen to bring emissions down to zero in port.
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.
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.
The HyBRIDS project’s primary objective is introducing green hydrogen into the Italian gas network through the use of innovative technologies aimed at making hydrogen produced from renewable sources and with low emissions more easily usable by civil and industrial users.
In the final article in our ‘Hydrogen – what is the hype about?’ series, we provide an overview of the UAE’s plans for the development of its hydrogen market.
In the eighth article in our ‘Hydrogen – what is the hype about?’ series, we provide an overview of the state of play of the Greek hydrogen market
In the sixth article in our ‘Hydrogen- what is the hype about?’ series, we discuss the Spanish Hydrogen Strategy and future environment for hydrogen.
In the fourth article in our ‘Hydrogen – What is the hype about?’ series, we offer an overview of the current state of play for hydrogen in the UK, expectations for a future national strategy and implications for the energy, transport and real estate sectors.