Please join the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center on Friday, July 15th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am ET for our Hydrogen Transmission Roundtable, a private and off-the-record discussion. The discussion will feature two separate 60 minute panels: the first panel will focus on repurposing existing gas infrastructure for hydrogen, while the second panel will discuss the future of pipeline safety and regulations in a hydrogen future. This workshop will be hybrid: participants will be welcome to join either in person at the Atlantic Council offices or virtually via Zoom. The meeting will convene key stakeholders from the public and private sectors and feature discussions with and presentations from industry experts.

Hydrogen is emerging as a fuel with the potential for deep decarbonization across ‘hard-to-abate’ sectors. Developing this promising resource, however, will hinge on the safe and economical transport of hydrogen from production to end-use, which will bring challenges. How can policy support the development of hydrogen transmission infrastructure, and what are the key demands of consumers, industry, and regulators? This workshop will examine the key challenges ahead, identify opportunities for collaboration between sectors, and seek to recognize areas where technological readiness remains a challenge. Key industry leaders, policymakers, and regulators will discuss the path forward and share recommendations to ensure that hydrogen momentum continues to move forward.

This is a private, off-the-record event under Chatham House rules. Please join this conversation either in the Atlantic Council offices or via the web application Zoom, which is accessible through your web browser, the Zoom desktop or mobile app, and by phone. Register through the link above to receive further information on how to join the discussion.