The European Commission’s recent announcement regarding its pilot auction for green hydrogen production has stirred considerable excitement within the renewable energy sector. With a whopping 132 bids submitted from projects spanning 17 European countries, the auction has the potential to significantly bolster the EU’s domestic green hydrogen production targets for 2030.
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In a recent statement from Ms. Simson on behalf of the European Commission, the spotlight has turned to white hydrogen exploration as a potential key player in Europe’s energy transition.
The European Commission’s approval of the “Hy2Infra” program marks a significant milestone in Europe’s journey towards a sustainable energy future. With seven member states pledging billions of euros, this initiative aims to revolutionize the continent’s hydrogen infrastructure.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s recent visit to Mauritania has sparked discussions about the potential for the North African country to become a key supplier of green hydrogen and steel to Europe.
A significant milestone in the journey towards sustainable energy has been reached as the European Commission proposes substantial funding for the La Robla renewable hydrogen production plant.
The European Commission’s backing of the EDP project to convert the Aboño coal thermal power plant into a renewable hydrogen production facility marks a significant milestone in Europe’s transition to green energy.
Ørsted revealed that the EU-Catalyst Partnership, comprising the European Commission, Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, and the European Investment Bank, is backing the FlagshipONE project.
Gasgrid Finland, in collaboration with partners Nordic Hydrogen Route, Nordic-Baltic Hydrogen Corridor, and Baltic Sea Hydrogen Collector, achieves recognition on the European Commission’s Projects of Common Interest (PCI) list. This milestone positions three hydrogen infrastructure projects for the Baltic Sea region as pivotal contributors to European energy policy goals.
European Commission commits the European Union’s backing for an extensive hydrogen project in Brazil, signaling a strategic step towards fostering clean energy initiatives.
European Commission is set to open a series of tenders, with the first round offering 800 million euros in aid to community manufacturers. This initiative, part of the European Hydrogen Bank, aims to bolster the production of clean hydrogen, a crucial element in the EU’s ambitious climate targets.