In the quest to establish a coherent governance structure for the burgeoning hydrogen market in the European Union, negotiations are underway, with divergent views and proposed models vying for consensus.
In a significant stride towards decarbonizing the EU’s energy sector, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and the Spanish Presidency of the Council have reached a consensus to facilitate the integration of renewable and low-carbon gases, including hydrogen, into the EU gas market.
The European Commission has marked a significant stride towards a sustainable energy future by designating crucial projects, including a hydrogen initiative in Sines and a maritime hydrogen pipeline, as projects of common interest.
Council of the European Union (EU) and the European Parliament have reached a provisional agreement outlining future rules governing hydrogen and natural gas markets.
As the international community gathers for climate talks, a spotlight is cast on the intricate alliance between the European Union (EU), the European hydrogen lobby, and the host country of COP28, the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
European Commission commits the European Union’s backing for an extensive hydrogen project in Brazil, signaling a strategic step towards fostering clean energy initiatives.
As the urgency to decarbonize intensifies, the European Union (EU) is set to roll out a distinctive financing experiment, a pilot auction commencing on November 23. This groundbreaking initiative seeks to create a dynamic marketplace for renewable hydrogen by aligning producers and users through a competitive bidding process.
In recent years, green hydrogen has staged a remarkable comeback and is emerging as a linchpin in the pursuit of a climate-neutral economy. It promises to play a pivotal role, particularly in addressing emissions in challenging sectors such as transport, heating, and heavy industry, and offers a solution for inter-seasonal energy storage. This resurgence of green hydrogen, driven by both energy security and decarbonization imperatives, is now not only fostering economic opportunities but also birthing a new era of EU-Africa relations.
Mauritanian government and the European Union (EU) have come together to accelerate the development of Mauritania’s green hydrogen sector.
ArcelorMittal to buy Pecém’s green hydrogen Erick Torres, CEO of ArcelorMittal, announced that the company will buy green hydrogen generated…