By Adrijana Buljan The European Commission adopted two energy strategies on an EU-level on 8 July, which prioritise hydrogen production powered by offshore wind and other renewable energy sources, and set the stage for linking different energy carriers, infrastructures, and consumption sectors.
“The priority for the EU is to develop renewable hydrogen, produced using mainly wind and solar energy”, the EU Hydrogen Strategy reads. “On the way to 2050, renewable hydrogen should progressively be deployed at large scale alongside the roll-out of new renewable power generation, as technology matures and the costs of its production technologies decrease. This process must be initiated now”.
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