Hungarian state secretary for circular economy, energy, and climate policy Attila Steiner announced on his social media page that the government had adopted the National Hydrogen Strategy.
The strategy’s acceptance, according to Steiner, is a “significant step toward a more innovative, sustainable, and green economy.”
He went on to say that hydrogen technology might help Hungary reach carbon neutrality by 2050 while also boosting the economy.
Steiner stated that he met with his counterparts from the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia on Wednesday to examine the economic relevance of hydrogen technology and possible frameworks for cooperation.
He noted that when Hungary assumes the rotational chair of the Visegrad Group on July 1, cooperation in this area will be a top priority.