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Societe Generale identifies hydrogen opportunities

Hydrogen economy will develop locally, regionally, and then internationally, says global head of advisory and project finance Allan Baker

Societe Generale was the first bank to join the Investor Group of the CEO-led Hydrogen Council initiative in 2020, as the firm looked to bring its expertise in innovative financing and energy advisory to develop low-carbon hydrogen solutions. Hydrogen Economist spoke to Allan Baker, global head of advisory and project finance at Societe Generale, about how the bank hopes to contribute to the development of the sector. What opportunities does Societe Generale see to contribute to the development of the hydrogen sector? Baker: We are advising on a number of deals which have a hydrogen component to them—either green or blue, and we see an increasing advisory deal flow in the hydrogen space f



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