As a key enabler of the EU’s decarbonisation targets, energy trading teams need to start thinking about hydrogen as a future traded commodity. But what steps will it take for a liquid marketplace to emerge? And how might this evolve over time?
We answer these questions, drawing on lessons from the development of the natural gas market, in this 20 minute recording of our session from E-World. The session is hosted in English by Baringa’s team of experts across trading, hydrogen and natural gas: Andrey Shutov, Shane Heffernan and Mashal Jaffery.
As this presentation highlights, the move to a low carbon economy is opening up a range of new opportunities for trading teams. To discuss how to future proof your organisation or to receive a copy of the slides from this presentation, please contact Andrey Shutov.
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