Hydrogen has the potential to be a critical tool in our energy future. It can be used in a wide range of applications from transportation to industry, and consuming hydrogen for energy does not release carbon into the atmosphere. As technological innovations make it more economically feasible to generate hydrogen in a manner that does not create carbon emissions, hydrogen can be an important tool in combating climate change. The Center for Energy Law and Policy has brought together an interdisciplinary team of scholars and researchers to study hydrogen development, as well as the laws, regulations, and standards that apply to its production, transportation, and use.
Contributing to our work on this project are:
- Seth Blumsack, PhD, Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics and International Affairs; Co-Director of the Center for Energy Law and Policy
- Jeremy M. Gernand, PhD, Associate Professor of Industrial Health and Safety
- Michael Helbing, JD, Staff Attorney, Center for Energy Law and Policy
- Keith Oxley, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
- Feifei Shi, PhD, Assistant Professor of Energy Engineering
- Hannah Wiseman, JD, Professor of Law; Professor and Wilson Faculty Fellow in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences; Co-Director of the Center for Energy Law and Policy