Race To Net Zero: Brown Rudnick Hosts Pitch Event On Hydrogen

Published date04 October 2022
Subject MatterEnergy and Natural Resources, Energy Law, Oil, Gas & Electricity
Law FirmBrown Rudnick LLP
AuthorMr James Morrissey, Neil Foster and James Douglass

This week, Brown Rudnick's Energy Transition and Technology practice groups, led by partners Neil Foster and James Douglass, hosted a pitch event focused on the emergence of green hydrogen as a critical pillar in the race to a net zero world. Ten companies had four minutes each to pitch to a panel of investor judges, with prizes awarded for both most fundable company and best presentation. The pitches were inspiring and the event included a panel discussion from some of the leading investors in clean energy technologies. Afterwards, the audience and participants had an opportunity to network and continue the creative exchange of ideas.

Electric Aviation Group Ltd., a company building the world's first true zero 100-seater hydrogen electric regional aircraft, took first place for most fundable, and Hydrogen Refinery Ltd., a company formed to produce hydrogen economically from mixed waste, won the top prize for best presentation.

What was clear from the pitches is that hydrogen is poised to serve a dynamic role in the energy landscape, with an opportunity to fill in some of the gaps laid bare in the world's pursuit to decarbonize its economies. For instance...

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