Policy Paper: The Market Ramp-Up of Renewable Hydrogen and its Derivatives – the Role of H2Global
The paper sheds light on the tremendous challenges ahead when it comes to reaching the targets for the market ramp-up of renewable hydrogen and presents the authors’ view of how we can come closer to achieving them. With vast volumes of private investments urgently required, the authors advocate that the H2Global instrument would serve best to stimulate the market development and create a catalytic effect, create market liquidity and avoid windfall effects, and phase out public support soon.
The paper was written by a group of authors around Prof. Dr. Veronika Grimm from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Daniel Wragge from European Energy Exchange AG, Prof. Dr. Michael Sterner from Ostbayrische Technische Hochschule Regensburg, and Timo Bollerhey from H2Global.
The policy paper can be found here.