In response to the rapidly developing hydrogen economy, a cross-practise, multinational team of layers and policy professionals from global law firm K&L Gates LLP have released The H2 Handbook.
A first-of-its-kind, review of legal, regulatory, commercial and policy issues that will impact and shape the future of hydrogen, the handbook offers resources across the globe and considers both common and unique issues that each region may face as the hydrogen market develops.
Sandra Safro, Practice Group Coordinator for K&L Gates’ Oil, Gas & Resources Practice Group and Co-Leader of the Firm’s Hydrogen Initiative, said, “The potential for hydrogen to transform the global energy economy is tremendous.”
“While hydrogen implicates unique questions, many of the legal, regulatory, policy, and commercial issues that hydrogen faces resemble challenges that other global energy commodities faced in years past.”
“The solutions ultimately may not be the same, but there are important lessons-learned from these experiences that will progress the commercial-scale deployment of hydrogen.”
Led by Washington, D.C., partners Sandra Safro and David Wochner, London partner James Green and Senior Associate Joshua Spry, and Sydney partners Matt Baumgurtel and Clive Cachia, the more than 50 authors of the handbook include K&L Gates lawyers and public policy professionals from across the globe.
The H2 Handbook can be accessed here.