With global acknowledgement of the spiraling negative impact of carbon emissions on the planet, many countries are swiftly launching efficient, low-cost hydrogen-based solutions for the future mobility industry and have agreed to accelerate zero-emission vehicles at the recent COP26 conference. The goal is to have climate-friendly techniques on road vehicles, synthetic fuels and, for the aviation and maritime sectors, developing a hydrogen transport and distribution infrastructure, as well as expanding the network of hydrogen refueling stations.
In this installment of our Future Mobility Meets . . . series, Nicolas Kredel (Dusseldorf), Claire Dietz-Polte (Berlin), James O’Brien (Chicago) and Danielle Valois (Partner at *Trench Rossi Watanabe) discuss the new and shifting polices and strategies in the hydrogen sector for future mobility players who must also be mindful of potential pitfalls.
*Trench Rossi Watanabe and Baker McKenzie have executed a strategic cooperation agreement for consulting on foreign law.
Speakers: Nicolas Kredel, Claire Dietz-Polte, James O’Brien, Danielle Valois