COP 26 in Glasgow saw the Parties to the Paris Agreement reach a landmark agreement on global carbon market mechanisms, completing the so-called Article 6 Rulebook.
Against this backdrop, IETA and the Hydrogen Council held a roundtable session on January 19 to discuss:
i. the impact of implementation of the Glasgow Pact and the Article 6 Rulebook may have on the evolution of compliance and voluntary carbon markets, and
ii. whether and how the evolution of international carbon markets could impact the uptake of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen.
The discussion, to be held under Chatham House rules, is being hosted for members of IETA and the Hydrogen Council, and will feature speakers from government, consultancies, private investors and energy sector stakeholders.
The presentation that was used during the roundtable can be downloaded here.