H2 – a key factor for DECARBONIZATION
Green hydrogen is gaining increasing interest from a political and business point of view, due to its future potential, which would contribute to the creation of an autonomous circular economy.
The construction of the necessary infrastructure for RES will increase the production of green hydrogen and the possibility to be delivered to different areas of consumption.
The diversification of renewable energy sources in Europe ensures energy security, through solidarity and cooperation between EU countries, which would lead to:
- Economic Growth
- Investments and markets
- Providing new jobs
- Technological transition
Reduction of CO2 emissions.
Natural organic production.
Trans – European networks.
Research and development.
Sustainable mobility system and zero CO2 emissions
Implementing green hydrogen use in the automotive and transport sectors will help address the problem of increasing CO2 emissions and air pollution.
The transport sector is a key factor in the EU’s Green Deal to turn Europe into a continent with zero net emissions.
Switching to hydrogen fuel cells and electric cars would digitalize the automotive sector, industry and the transport network.
Objectives of the European Green Deal
Adoption of European climate legislation.
Reduce the cost of green hydrogen production by 50%.
Reduction of net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990.
Climate neutral European Union.
EFFICIENCY & SUSTAINABILITY
R E U S E
Carbon capture through innovative technologies allows the creation of useful products or to be injected back into oil and gas tanks to increase productivity and efficiency.
R E C Y C L E
The transformation of CO₂ emissions and other greenhouse gases into new chemical elements in order to produce fertilizer, cement, methanol, biofuel or other synthetic energy.