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This course will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of hydrogen policy both in terms of the most effective approaches in defining it, as well as in terms of effective policy tools that can be put in place to support the development of a hydrogen economy. Effective approaches to hydrogen policy build on understanding key criteria that determine its effectiveness, and the tools that derive from such criteria. These are both covered in the course to provide participants comprehensive tools to design and implement effective hydrogen policies. In addition, the course assesses a variety of hydrogen policies that have been published recently to allow participants to gain first-hand understanding on how they are evolving worldwide, and what the outlook for hydrogen policy could be in the future also looking at the geopolitical effects of such policies.




 Explore the most effective approach to a hydrogen policy

 Look at the structural characteristics, market-fit, regulation-fit & technology for hydrogen policy

 Fully understand the fuel uses & its role in fostering the development of a hydrogen value chain

 Discover the different tools needed to make an effective hydrogen policy

 Cover several case studies of hydrogen policies that look at a variety of countries across the globe



Each session will be 3 hours, including Q&A time and a 15-minute comfort break. 

Sessions will take place as follows: 

Day 1 Day 2
Hydrogen value chain, effective policy approaches and tools Comparative analysis of hydrogen policies and outlook







Session 1
14:00 - 17:00

Setting the scene: hydrogen value chain, effective policy approaches and tools

  • Setting the scene – hydrogen types, value chain, market trends
  • Role of policy in hydrogen development – demand and supply creation
  • Hydrogen policy approaches – key structural, market-fit, regulatory, technology and investment criteria for an effective hydrogen policy
  • Hydrogen policy tools – effective tools for hydrogen supply, demand, infrastructure, education and training, taxation, regulation, international collaboration
  • Conclusion on an effective hydrogen policy

“Well paced; broad enough to incite further research on the topic; trainer with relevant experience”

Director, Ostendo Projects