The Commission has tabled a comprehensive set of proposals to regulate the emerging low and zero-carbon hydrogen market, covering GOOs and certification, tariff rules, unbundling and TPA, blending, grid financing, consumer rights as well as new measures regarding gas security of supply.
The debate seeks to consider what will be the effect of the new rules in practice, how the gas and hydrogen grids will interact, and to discuss what will be the most contentious parts of the package.
Introduction Christopher Jones, FSR
Panel debate Dennis Hesseling, ACER
James Watson, Eurogas
Kees van der Leun, Common Futures
Ilaria Conti, FSR
Piotr Kuś, ENTSOG
Conclusion Augustijn Van Haasteren, European Commission
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