The evolution of regulations is essential for developing hydrogen. The latter must, for example, be included in the mix of renewable energies, with quantified commitments towards carbon-free production and a certificate of origin.
This is the case in France, in the industrial sector, with a 10% share in 2023 and between 20% and 40% in 2028. At both local and European levels, regulations must be adapted to facilitate the installation of hydrogen refuelling infrastructure, in compliance with safety standards.
Transport and storage are also impacted by regulations, which may eventually authorise hydrogen being injected into existing gas grids in mixture form.