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Government backing boosts investment case for low-carbon hydrogen but challenges remain.
H2 specialist Hy24 has co-led a €1.5bn equity raise for a green steel plant that will include Europe’s first giga-scale electrolyser.
As the warmest season ever is drawing to an end, it is timely to pay attention to allocations to green investments and the dangers of meekly following the money.
For project owners and developers, fulfilling this means using government incentives, deepening expertise and navigating market uncertainties, argues Vinson & Elkins partner Alan J Alexander.
Aerial shot of Ord Hydro scheme at Lake Argyle, Wester Australia
An equal partnership with indigenous groups aims to create new infrastructure in remote Australia that benefits Aboriginal people and takes a different approach to First Nations consultation and consent.
It is clear that the shift to a low-carbon economy depends on decarbonisation of transport. What is less evident – at least right now – is how we are going to get there.
The diversity of low-carbon hydrogen may still be emerging but presents exciting long-term potential.
Hydrogen could soon be flowing in pipelines from Europe’s north and south to its industrial heart in the centre, unleashing investment opportunities worth hundreds of billions of euros.
Offshore wind will be an important part of the future energy landscape, but investors may be mispricing the risk in these projects.

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