Establishment of a hydrogen industry in Austria
The topic of hydrogen is on everyone’s lips right now. Consequently, the second Talk about Energy Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business was entitled “Building a hydrogen industry in Austria”.
At the event, organized by Prof. Dr. Stefan Storr and Prof. Dr. Christoph Krönke from the Institute of Public Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Johannes Hartlieb gave a presentation on the practical problems involved in setting up and operating hydrogen filling stations. The hydrogen filling station project “Solhub” of the company Fronius was presented as a practical example.
The event also focused on the questions of how an industry that still barely exists can be sensibly regulated and to what extent the existing electricity and gas regulatory regime can also be used for hydrogen as an energy source.
- Johannes Hartlieb, Attorney-at-Law, Haslinger / Nagele Rechtsanwälte GmbH
- Christoph Krönke, University Professor for Public Law, in particular Public Commercial Law and Law of Digitization, Vienna University of Economics and Business
- Jürgen Streitner, Austrian Chamber of Commerce
- Oliver Koch, European Commission, DG Energy
- Stefan Storr, University Professor for Public Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Reference: set of slides
13. October 2021
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