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24 Jun

H2 carbon intensity, not colour key to curbing regulatory risk

Amid the increasing attention on low-carbon hydrogen’s role in decarbonisation, industry experts say regulations focusing on hydrogen’s carbon intensity – rather than the colour – will be key to reducing the sector’s regulatory risk. With low-carbon hydrogen heavily dependent on government intervention – such as through subsidies and targets – the industry faces high regulatory risk. However, different rules are “mis…
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