Policy: What should be in the European Commission’s legislative proposals on hydrogen?

Several major players in the European hydrogen market came together today (May 12) to discuss and debate legislations that should be included in a hydrogen proposal to the European Commission, in a webinar organised by the Florence School of Regulation.

Part of these discussions included bringing in an internalised hydrogen market with guarantees of origin (GOOs) for hydrogen as well as an incentive scheme to promote different variants of hydrogen to raise competitive prices.

Christopher Jones, a part-time professor at the Florence School of Regulation, detailed that the proposal will come in the form of two separate blocks.

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