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ENTSO-E makes recommendations for hydrogen to become fully decarbonised

ENTSO-E has welcomed the current European common efforts to develop a new role for hydrogen in the decarbonisation of the energy system. However, its production needs to expand to a much larger scale.

Naftogaz joins the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

Naftogaz has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, with the ambition of becoming a national leader in hydrogen production for export to EU countries.

European Clean Hydrogen Alliance announces a pipeline of projects to roll out the hydrogen economy

The European Clean Hydrogen Alliance announced a pipeline of projects that European industry is undertaking to roll out the European hydrogen economy on a large scale.

Naftogaz joins industrial partnership to produce green hydrogen in Ukraine and sell it in CEE

Naftogaz and Ukrtransgaz have joined H2EU+Store, an international industry partnership for the production and supply of green hydrogen.

We have to overcome the chicken-egg dilemma to effectively deploy hydrogen in transport

The decarbonisation of our transportation systems is a major milestone of the path towards our net-zero future. Hydrogen can provide a viable option, but we have to overcome some bottlenecks and support intersectoral cooperation along the whole value chain.

ORLEN Unipetrol to start hydrogen R&D with Slovakian technical university

ORLEN Unipetrol signed an MoU with Slovakia’s Technical University in Košice (TUKE) on future cooperation in researching and developing hydrogen as a suitable energy carrier.

Baltics and Finnish TSOs start R&D study for hydrogen blending

Gas TSOs of Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania have carried out a joint cross-border public procurement procedure for the preparation of a R&D project regarding hydrogen blending possibilities.

Poland commits to developing the hydrogen economy

Representatives of the government, business community, science and business environment units signed a Sectoral Agreement for the development of the hydrogen economy in Poland.

The Black Sea region is emerging as the next hydrogen hub

The IRENA estimates that hydrogen will account globally for 12 % of final energy use by 2050. And South-Eastern Europe is particularly suited for such production.

Leading infrastructure operators in CEE to jointly explore the potential development of blue hydrogen in Slovakia

EPIF together with Eustream, NAFTA and RWE Supply & Trading are looking to jointly explore the potential development of state-of-the-art blue hydrogen production facilities in eastern Slovakia.

Gas companies present the Central European Hydrogen Corridor

Four leading Central European gas infrastructure companies have joined forces to develop a hydrogen highway through Central Europe.

Baltics TSOs agree on promoting the development of green gases

The gas transmission system operators of Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania namely have signed an MoU on promoting the development of green gases, also called renewable gases.

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