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Date: 3 August 2021

Hydrogen—the smallest molecule, but one that holds the potential to be an energy superhero and play a significant role in reducing carbon emissions and slowing climate change.

The H2 Handbook provides a comprehensive summary of the regulatory, commercial, and policy issues that we believe hydrogen will face on its path to becoming a global commodity and a significant part of the energy mix. 

This handbook covers numerous jurisdictions across the globe, including Australia, the European Union, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Compiled by our global team of lawyers and public policy professionals, The HHandbook reflects decades of extensive experience in global energy markets and in particular disciplines.

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The H2 Handbook

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