In part one of a two-part series, K&L Gates’ Seattle partner and leader of the firm’s Renewable Energy Tax practice, Elizabeth Crouse, speaks with Hydrogen Rising co-host David Wochner about federal tax incentives for hydrogen, including pros and cons related to the 45Q tax credit and a discussion of U.S. Senator Tom Carper’s new legislation specifically promoting investments in hydrogen.
Hydrogen Rising co-hosts Sandra Safro and David Wochner welcome to the podcast Traci Kraus, Director of Government Relations for Cummins Inc., to discuss Cummins’ role in the development of the hydrogen economy, the opportunities and applications Cummins sees on the horizon, and the chances for advancement of the U.S. hydrogen industry on Capitol Hill and in the new Biden Administration.
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France was among the first nations to issue a national hydrogen plan and recently has taken significant steps to continue to support the growth of a hydrogen economy. In this episode, Hydrogen Rising co-host Sandi Safro discusses these developments with K&L Gates’ European colleagues Mélanie Bruneau and Antoine de Rohan Chabot, including France’s efforts to increase the use of hydrogen in the transportation sector and the development of regulatory frameworks around certificates of origin and traceability.
Wednesday, 12 May 2021
7:00 AM – 12:30 PM (CEST)
Japan is one of the pioneers of the hydrogen transition with the first basic strategy being published in 2017. South Korea followed closely behind uncovering its roadmap to developing a hydrogen society with a solid focus on transport. China is the largest hydrogen producer in the world and is also focusing on hydrogen to decarbonize transportation with Wuhan being styled as a hydrogen city. Singapore and India are also building interest so there is definitely an electrifying momentum across the continent as the hydrogen potential develops.
Join lawyers from our global Hydrogen practice and other industry professionals for an in-depth investigation into the Asian hydrogen market through panel discussions, case studies, and presentations.
K&L Gates’ Environment, Land, and Natural Resources partner Alyssa Moir discusses with co-host David Wochner issues associated with water resources and the development of hydrogen at scale, specifically addressing U.S. legal regimes governing water use and possible innovations that could assist hydrogen market developers deal with challenges presented by the huge quantities of water required for green hydrogen.
Co-hosts Sandra Safro and David Wochner welcome to the podcast Paul Gloyer and Tim Lewis of Gloyer-Taylor Laboratories, or GTL, a Tennessee-based technology company working on game-changing solutions in the energy transition — revolutionizing the emissions-intensive aviation industry through the development of a safe, economic and efficient means for fueling aircraft with hydrogen.
Hydrogen Rising co-hosts Sandra Safro and David Wochner welcome IHS Markit’s Alex Klaessig to the podcast to discuss the color taxonomy of hydrogen and the benefits and challenges that a simplified nomenclature presents. Alex leads IHS Markit’s Hydrogen and Renewable Gas Forum’s research on fuel cell vehicles and renewable natural gas.