Governments, regulators, investors, and operators around the world are grappling with the complex challenge of how to meet society’s growing future energy needs whilst decarbonising the global economy.
Hydrogen can play a significant role in this effort, but requires investment in the underlying infrastructure. Policy makers need to create the right environment to catalyse private sector investment.
Together with Global Infrastructure Investor Association (GIIA), Arup explores hydrogen through the uncompromising eyes of investors around the world. The analysis draws on investors’ opinions to identify barriers to investment in the infrastructure required to enable the hydrogen economy.
With the right frameworks in place, we can drive the investment needed to deliver hydrogen infrastructure, reduce costs, and encourage adoption across the value chain.