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The six pillars of hydrogen policy

Lobby group the Hydrogen Council outlines the key policy elements needed to unlock clean hydrogen investment

The Brussels-based and CEO-led Hydrogen Council has quickly become a key player promoting clean hydrogen as a means to achieve rapid decarbonisation of the global economy. To learn more about the Hydrogen Council and its recent activities, Hydrogen Economist interviewed Daryl Wilson—appointed the organisation’s first executive director in October 2020—shortly after his return from the Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow. Wilson has more than 35 years of industry experience, including 14 years as CEO of Canadian technology company Hydrogenics. The firm has since been acquired by US multinational Cummins—with France’s Air Liquide continuing to hold a minority stake. Could you describe the w



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