Author(s): James Prest
For hydrogen to assist in meeting ambitious decarbonisation goals, national law and policy has a central role. This article presents a critical analysis of Australian law and policy for hydrogen energy, by comparison with selected European jurisdictions. Existing energy policy literature describes divergent paradigms and pathways to hydrogen futures. Australia is a case study of policy conflict over competing methods of hydrogen production and their differing climate change implications.
Co-authors: J. Prest; J. Woodyatt; J.P.J. Pettit.