Green hydrogen, that is hydrogen from renewable sources, has been generating a lot of excitement in the market. Although green hydrogen holds the prospect of becoming a multi-trillion dollar commodity, there are a number of challenges that must be met before it can become an integral part of any country’s decarbonization plan. At the current time, fossil fuel-based hydrogen is two to four times less expensive to produce, comprehensive plans to develop or retrofit existing transport infrastructure as well as legal and policy changes will be necessary.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s James Berger and Deanne Barrow recently hosted a panel discussion with industry experts on the prospects for hydrogen in the US. Click here to read the full text of their in-depth conversation with Sheldon Kimber, CEO of Intersect Power, Karen Lee, senior counsel at Southern California Gas Company, and Sanjay Shrestha, CSO at Plug Power.