U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy: Recent Developments, New Section 45V, Clean Hydrogen Hubs, DOE Funding
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide attorneys, developers, producers, and investors guidance on recent developments and initiatives under the U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and potential challenges. The panel will discuss strategies and implementation under this new clean hydrogen strategy, regional clean hydrogen hubs, new Section 45V and other tax credits, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funding support for clean and renewable energy projects, current challenges for clean hydrogen projects, and key considerations for clean hydrogen project development.
- Hydrogen usage; transportation, power generation, storage
- Hydrogen production tech and restrictions in current energy infrastructure
- Policy and emerging framework
- Development of facilities and projects for hydrogen and related products
- Key considerations for energy companies, utilities, and investors
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How is hydrogen currently used in the energy and other industrial sectors?
- What is the potential role for hydrogen in the renewable energy sector?
- What are the legal and commercial challenges for hydrogen usage as a clean energy source?
- What are the current issues for hydrogen production technology in the current energy infrastructure?
- What are the current policy trends and emerging frameworks for hydrogen usage in the U.S. and abroad?
- What are the key considerations for investors and developers for hydrogen-related energy?
- Hydrogen hubs: the MACH2 mid-Atlantic hub as an example
Charles B. Howland
Curtis Mallet-Prevost Colt & Mosle
Mr. Howland is head of the firm’s Environmental Group; co-leads its hydrogen practice; and has an active... | Read More
Mr. Howland is head of the firm’s Environmental Group; co-leads its hydrogen practice; and has an active renewable energy-focused practice. During his 28 year tenure at EPA he worked at the intersection of land cleanup and energy development, and spent his last four months at the Agency in 2018 in the Agency’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assistance, working on Superfund Task Force implementation. Mr. Howland’s work focuses on providing practical advice in the acquisition and sale of facilities and the redevelopment of brownfield sites; regulatory issues associated with renewable energy projects; counselling, enforcement, and litigation matters involving facility cleanups under federal and state laws; risk management plan preparation and emergency release/spill reporting; crafting real estate and other commercial transactions to address environmental concerns; and helping businesses identify ways to advance their operations in accord with national and international sustainability initiatives. Mr. Howland is nationally known for his work helping to facilitate the development of renewable energy projects on environmentally impaired land.Close
Pamela T. Wu
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
Ms. Wu represents companies in the energy industry in a broad range of matters involving rates, market rules and... | Read More
Ms. Wu represents companies in the energy industry in a broad range of matters involving rates, market rules and regulation, and energy commodity trading before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). She advises clients seeking to reduce their carbon footprint through new infrastructure assets, clean energy technologies, and transacting carbon credits and carbon offsets. Ms. Wu is an active member of the firm’s Energy Commodity Trading and Compliance Working Group, Hydrogen Working Group, Electric Vehicles Working Group, and Renewables Working Group.Close