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Tracking the hydrogen transition – reflections on session one

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Hydrogen is at the top of a lot of lists when it comes to the energy transition, securing attention from governments and companies around the world. 

Following the first webinar in the Hydrogen Tracking Transition series, some of the speakers got together to shed some further light on their thoughts and how progress was coming. 

Taking time out to reflect on progress, Daniel Grosvenor, renewables leader, Deloitte UK; Daniel Brock, co lead of Fasken’s Hydrogen Energy Advisory Team; and Rob Philips, energy director at Costain shared some insights into the issues — not least how to spark supply and demand seemingly simultaneously. 

Time is of the essence for governments to provide the support and companies to take the plunge. 

Speaking of time running out, sign up now for the second session of the Hydrogen Tracking Transition series, at A top level group will drill down into projects, finance and infrastructure on June 17. 

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