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Hydrogen legislation must not be too prescriptive

Finding the right balance between regulation and the market will be vital to ensure growth of hydrogen economy

Successfully legislating to stimulate the hydrogen economy in Europe will mean finding the right level of prescriptiveness in rules, according to panellists on a Hydrogen Economist roundtable, held in association with Air Liquide. Setting a level playing field and allowing some competition will be the best way to allow technologies to develop, according to Allard Castelein, CEO of the Port of Rotterdam. “You have to choose to support the right projects and to structure this next phase of of the European landscape” Rouge, Air Liquide “I believe in target-setting regulation, ensuring a level playing field, and not being too prescriptive in either [application] use or technologie

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