In today’s article, Bartosz Ostrowski, an Analyst at SES Hydrogen Energy, looks at the state of the sector and the key question of the viability of implementing hydrogen as a heat source for investment projects.
Green hydrogen – until a few years ago there was little talk about this fuel. So why is it today being called a key tool for decarbonization and put at the center of discussions about the future of energy worldwide? You’ll find out in our article today.
In this series, we try to answer questions circulating on the web and increasingly appearing in the public debate to bring closer the potential of hydrogen as a fuel and make knowledge about it more familiar.
European Hydrogen Bank – a fixed premium per kilogram of hydrogen produced could cut the price of hydrogen by at least half in the coming years
The first European auction, worth some €800 million, is expected to take place this fall. Will the European Hydrogen Bank initiative set up by the European Commission with a budget of €3 billion have an impact on the development of the hydrogen market and maintaining EU competitiveness?
On Monday, February 13, the European Commission proposed detailed rules defining renewable hydrogen. Two delegated acts required under the Renewable Energy Directive were adopted for this purpose.
One might assume that Poland has long been ahead of most countries in the ongoing European race for hydrogen. For years, it has been among the leaders in its production, not only in Europe but also in the world, producing approximately 1 million tonnes of hydrogen per year. Nothing could be further from the truth.