The third annual Green Hydrogen Summit took place from 17-18 May in Lisbon. In more than 10 ses-sions over two days, it examined topics such as regulations and incentives countries are deploying, infrastructure adaptations needed to transport and store hydrogen, and paths to achieving cost-competitive green hydrogen at scale. The conference, organised by Solar Media, brought together government officials, energy suppliers, project developers, investors, utilities and off-takers. The Global Alliance Powerfuels was an official partner of the event. Friederike Altgelt, Project Lead of the Alliance, moderated the session on the bankability of green hydrogen at the conference.