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Financing Snags Slow the Pace of Clean-Hydrogen FIDs

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Project financing has emerged as the key bottleneck for turning the nascent clean-hydrogen industry’s lofty development plans into final investment decisions (FIDs). Commercial agreements, supply chain uncertainty and technology risk are all moving targets that torment risk-averse lenders. But even with government lending programs and generous tax incentives available, debt and equity markets will need to step up to fill in those final financial puzzle pieces if projects are going to move forward.

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Hydrogen, Emerging Technologies, Low-Carbon Policy, Equity and Debt Markets, Capital Spending, Corporate Strategy
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