Hydrogen standards and certification

In the emerging global hydrogen economy, robust tradeable certification schemes for hydrogen and derivatives are due to play a key role to enable the implementation of government policies as certification can constitute an integral element of policy measures such as targets, quotas and tax. They are also required as evidence their sustainability attributes, such as carbon footprint (CFP) – meaning greenhouse gases (GHG) – as well as the use of land and water, and social impacts.
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