Hydrogen is a fuel that produces no direct GHG emissions or other pollutants when combusted. Its lightness and energy density makes it a key enabler in accelerating the decarbonisation of a range critical sectors.
As the hydrogen economy continues to grow, there will likely be significant changes to the risk landscape of the industries looking to utilise this energy source, which may naturally give rise to additional safety risks, for example due to its flammability and explosive properties. Join Lloyd's and bp as we discuss the evolution of hydroden, the transition risks and the current insurance landscape.
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