Threatened by a veto motion this morning, the Delegated Act on “Additionality” is now out of danger in the European Parliament. Much uncertainty remains though on the needed demand targets for renewable hydrogen.Read more
Ahead of the political trilogue on the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) revision this Thursday 15 December, CEOs of frontrunner European companies from across the value chain have been calling on EU policymakers to adopt ambitious binding targets for renewable hydrogen and its derivatives in hard-to-electrify industry and transport.
A new amendment to the Gas Directive proposed by the Czech Presidency of the Council is jeopardising the integrity and credibility of the EU legislation promoting renewable energy.
Last September, a vote in the European Parliament cast a shadow over the future of the nascent European renewable hydrogen industry.
Joint industry letter on the urgent need to adopt the delegated act on additionality
On 31 May, over 300 participants joined top EU policy makers and CEOs from major renewable energy companies, industrial sectors and hydrogen start-ups in Brussels to discuss the transformative power of renewable hydrogen.
Following the European Commission’s REPowerEU communication released this Tuesday, the signatories of this letter call on EU policymakers to keep the Renewable Energy Directive for renewable hydrogen only and maintain the ambition proposed by the European Commission for renewable hydrogen and derived e-fuels uptake in priority sectors.
Ambitious renewable hydrogen targets will provide the impetus and confidence the market needs to take off. Now, it’s up to Member States and the Parliament to make it happen.
The Fit for 55 package introduced ambitious renewable hydrogen consumption targets, these need to be supported by dedicated support instruments.
Heads of European renewable industry associations, Walburga Hemetsberger and Giles Dickson are calling to prioritise renewable hydrogen and support the massive roll-out of renewable electricity generation, and we must do it now
The EU Energy Commissioner on the great potential of renewable hydrogen, the European Commission's legislative plans and the strong leadership of the Coalition Supporters
A word from the Coalition's Impact Director, François Paquet
Cleaning up steel is key to tackling climate change: nowadays, it is responsible for more than 7 percent of global CO₂ emissions. By bringing emissions close to zero, H2 Green Steel is enabling sustainable steelmaking – building a better, cleaner future for our planet.
On March 7th, the electrolyser manufacturer Sunfire launched its serial industrial production in the city of Solingen, Germany. Long known around the world for being the ‘city of blades’, Solingen could now become the ‘city of electrolysers'.
In northern Portugal, the swiss-based investment and renewables developer company Smartenergy is developing a renewable hydrogen valley project to help the ceramic industry deeply decarbonise.
Ammonia feeds more than half of the world’s population as fertiliser. Yet of the 185 million tons of ammonia produced annually, 72% depends on natural gas and 26% depends on coal.
The global offshore wind and renewables leader Ørsted is at the forefront of this race for cleaner fuels by partnering with several other first-movers in the market.
About a hundred people gathered in the late-September sun to watch a new, first-of-its-kind electrolyser, paving the way for mass offshore renewable hydrogen production.
Renewable hydrogen's role in decarbonising hard-to-electrify industrial processes in Europe took a major step forward recently, as global clean energy leader Iberdrola completed the construction of an innovative new project for fertilizer producer Fertiberia in the south of Spain, paving the way to sustainable food.
On 21 April Nel officially opened the world’s first fully automated electrolyser manufacturing facility. The facility, which is located at Herøya in Norway, was inaugurated by the Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Terje Lien Aasland.
In recent months, electrolyser manufacturer Sunfire has been busy staying one step ahead of one of the most promising clean tech markets of the decade by diversifying its core technologies.
Renewable hydrogen is a must for Europe to reach its climate neutrality goals and Siemens Gamesa is paving the way for its large-scale deployment across Europe. A groundbreaking pilot project will unleash the potential of wind energy to produce competitive renewable hydrogen for hard-to-electrify sectors.
An international consortium of more than 20 companies including BayWa r.e., Redexis, Kopala International and Resilient Group have launched a major port-anchored effort to decarbonise the heavy-duty mobility as well as industrial emissions in the greater Barcelona region and beyond with renewable hydrogen.
Solhub, an innovative system solution for local production, storage and use of renewable hydrogen from solar energy, local municipalities, companies and industrial companies can benefit from a sustainable mobility and energy solution at their doorstep
Ørsted is making a decisive contribution to Europe's decarbonisation goals and growing the global clean tech markets
Nel is on track to produce hydrogen with electricity from renewable sources like solar and wind for $1.50 per kilogram by 2025
Acciona leads the way with the development of a major renewable hydrogen plant in Mallorca, Spain, which will boost the local economy and decarbonise those sectors that can’t be electrified.
By combining renewable hydrogen production with the capturing of unavoidable CO2-emissions, a new generation of low-carbon chemicals can be unlocked on the basis of de-fossilized feedstock
Global information sharing platform promotes flagship hydrogen projects to raise awareness among policymakers and help scale up zero-carbon solutions across the energy value chain
How hydrogen from renewable sources powers jobs, private investment and innovation at the world’s largest green steel plant
As one of the world leaders in the energy transition, Iberdrola has recently unveiled the largest renewable hydrogen plant for industrial use in Europe
Smartenergy, Enel and Sunfire, three Coalition supporters, have unveiled an ambitious renewable-based hydrogen project to support the decarbonisation of the ceramics industry in Spain.