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European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

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The European Clean Hydrogen Alliance aims at an ambitious deployment of hydrogen technologies by 2030, bringing together renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production, demand in industry, mobility and other sectors, and hydrogen transmission and distribution. With the alliance, the EU wants to build its global leadership in this domain, to support the EU’s commitment to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.

The alliance brings together industry, national and local public authorities, civil society and other stakeholders. It is strongly anchored in the hydrogen value chain, covering renewable and low-carbon hydrogen from production via transmission to mobility, industry, energy, and heating applications.

The alliance is open to all public and private actors with activities for renewable or low-carbon hydrogen that are ready to actively contribute to the objectives set out in the declaration of the alliance. To join the alliance, an organisation must sign the declaration, committing it to the alliance's shared vision and to contributing to its operational work.

The alliance will play a crucial role in facilitating and implementing the actions of the new European hydrogen strategy and in particular its investment agenda. An industry blueprint estimates investments of €430 billion until 2030. The alliance should support scaling up production and demand for renewable and low-carbon hydrogen, coordinate action, and provide a broad forum to engage civil society.

Quelle: Webseite Europ. Kommission Redaktion: von Sonja Bugdahn, DLR Projektträger Länder / Organisationen: Belgien Bulgarien Dänemark Deutschland Estland Finnland Frankreich Georgien Griechenland Irland Island Italien Kroatien Lettland Litauen Luxemburg Malta Moldau Niederlande Norwegen Österreich Polen Portugal Rumänien Schweden Schweiz Slowakei Slowenien Spanien Tschechische Republik Ukraine Ungarn Vereinigtes Königreich (Großbritannien) EU Themen: Energie Physik. u. chem. Techn. Umwelt u. Nachhaltigkeit

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