How hydrogen can revolutionize the energy industry by 2030

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By James Berger, Chris Psihoules, Michael Lengowski, Claire Dodinval, and Mike McCurdy, P.E.

Hydrogen has the potential to transform the energy industry. ICF and Norton Rose Fulbright teamed up to examine hydrogen’s role in achieving near-to-mid-term decarbonization targets. What is the current economic and legal landscape driving clean hydrogen on the market? What are hydrogen’s applications in today’s infrastructure, and what regulatory challenges should utilities, energy investors, and project developers expect in the years to come?  

Pairing ICF’s technical expertise with NRF’s legal experience, this webinar explores hydrogen's potential over the next decade—and evaluates the levers that will need to be pulled to facilitate a meaningful contribution from hydrogen in meeting U.S. decarbonization goals. 

Learn more about:

  • How prices for clean hydrogen are driving the market
  • Hydrogen’s environmental footprint and how it compares to other low-carbon fuels  
  • Opportunities for hydrogen growth in the transportation sector, and other near- and mid-term growth opportunities
  • Legal and regulatory considerations surrounding the establishment of a hydrogen economy
  • How the hydrogen economy could evolve over the next decade
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Meet the authors
  1. James Berger, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
  2. Chris Psihoules, Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright
  3. Michael Lengowski, Director, Business Development, Energy Advisory
  4. Claire Dodinval, New Energy Solutions Analyst, Energy Advisory
  5. Mike McCurdy, P.E., Managing Director, Energy Advisory Services

    Mike McCurdy is an energy expert with more than 24 years of experience guiding lenders, developers, and select government clients in the financing, sale, and purchase of energy assets. He specializes in photovoltaic, power, renewable chemical, renewable fuels, geothermal, and food processing markets.  View bio