In order to contribute to the creation of a “complete national strategy” for low emissions hydrogen, the Secretariat of Strategic Affairs of Argentina established the “Intersectoral Hydrogen Table,” a public-private venue, under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council.
The promotion of new hydrogen value chains is suggested by Resolution 3/2023, which was published in the Official Gazette, within the context of processes for sustainable development, energy transition, and decarbonization.
As well as the creation of proposals that help the relevant authorities and organizations coordinate and articulate actions and policies, disseminate technical, particular, or transversal inputs related to hydrogen, advance its economy, and foster communication with the private sector, civil society, and the scientific and technological community.
It should be recalled that Beliz and Matas Kulfas, a previous minister of productive development, implemented a portion of the national strategy for 2030 and the hydrogen policy. Even Nevertheless, it was this person who foresaw that the Executive Branch was already developing an action plan and that a national bill on H2V would be submitted.
It was revealed from it that a thirty-year promotion regime would be in place that would be centered on regional production, the use of hydrogen in industrial processes, the growth of value chains and the consolidation of production centers, transportation, logistics, and export.
The call for extraordinary sessions of Congress also covered the discussion of laws for the promotion of new energies and value-added investments in the energy sector, albeit it has not yet been finalized.
Initiative that hasn’t been specified yet, but it’s not ruled out that the doors will be opened there to send a hydrogen regulation, even if it’s not necessarily green and makes more references to blue, because Flavia Royón, the secretary of energy, connected the H2 initiative with liquefied natural gas.