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Webinar Series

Hydrogen: Making the Market

Hydrogen Webinar Series
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This webinar series announcement is for readers who are interested in learning more about the challenges and opportunities in the evolving hydrogen sector.

Governments across the globe have announced a shift in policies to support green economies. A major component of those policies is the goal of carbon neutrality, with many governments having set 2050 as the target date for achieving ‘net-zero’ carbon emissions, including Canada. The evolving hydrogen sector must play a significant role if we are to achieve meaningful decarbonization, electrification and a  true green economy.

Fasken has partnered with Energy Voice, a leading UK media outlet in the energy sector, to bring you a four-part webinar series focused on the challenges and opportunities in the evolving hydrogen sector. In recognition that a green economy and carbon neutrality are truly global issues, each of the webinars will feature a global panel of experts. The first webinar in the series will take place on April 29, 2021. It will set the stage for the series by exploring the topic, “Making the Market” and will look at the building blocks necessary for the evolving hydrogen market.

Join us and register for the April 29, 2021 webinar that will be hosted by Energy Voice and will feature Fasken partner, Dan Brock, lead of the Firm's Hydrogen Energy Advisory Team and other leading executives from the hydrogen sector.

Our global energy experts can provide advice and work with you on innovative solutions for all legal matters related to the evolving hydrogen sector. If you would like to learn more about how we can help with your legal needs or have questions about the Hydrogen Energy Advisory Team at Fasken, please contact a member from the team.

Event contact

Michael Morrison Manager, Business Development +1 416 943 8986