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GH2 aims to develop global standard for green hydrogen

Industry group calls on stakeholders to join meeting in Geneva in December to start defining green hydrogen standards

The Green Hydrogen Organisation (GH2), a not-for-profit foundation chaired by former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull, has launched a project to develop an accredited global standard for green hydrogen to help accelerate investment in the industry. The standard would provide investors and consumers with certainty that hydrogen labelled as green is produced by electrolysis powered entirely by renewables. A lack of transparency around the credentials of some green hydrogen projects has deterred potential investors and offtakers. “The global Green Hydrogen Standard will provide certainty and transparency to investors and other stakeholders” Turnbull, GH2 Although some



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