Alongside industry representatives and leading politicians, THEMA’s Julian Hentschel presented options to kick-start the use of hydrogen in industry at an event organised by climate action association Zero. Julian presented the use of carbon contracts for difference as a means to incentivise commercial investment in hydrogen.
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A recording of the event, as well as the associated presentations, are available [in Norwegian] via the link below.
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