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The London Stock Exchange Group and the Al Attiyah Foundation Abu Dhabi: Webinar: ‘Stepping up the pace of hydrogen development’

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The London Stock Exchange Group and Al Attiyah Foundation Abu Dhabi Webinar: ‘Stepping up the pace of hydrogen development’

 

 

An insightful panel discussion based around the needs of the global investment community and hosted by The London Stock Exchange Group and the Al Attiyah Foundation: Webinar ‘Stepping up the pace of hydrogen development’ was convened yesterday. The hydrogen revolution could provide a $2.5 trillion investment opportunity through 2050 for utilities, equipment makers and others seeking to curb their emission intensity.

This webinar assesses the current state of play for hydrogen, offering a broad overview of the latest and promising developments, and providing a glimpse into what the future may hold.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For those wishing to see the recording it can be accessed below:

 

 

 

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