Green hydrogen: the European Union nails its colours to mast

The EU plans to offer EUR86bn to increase the proportion of energy produced from renewable sources by 2030.

Source: Zylberman Laurent - GRAPHIX IMAGES/TotalEnergies

The European Union’s USD221 billion (EUR210bn) REPowerEU scheme will accelerate the emergence of a hydrogen economy in the EU, while ending the trading bloc’s reliance upon imported Russian hydrocarbons by 2027.

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