Hydrogen offers a unique pathway to combine the transition to renewables while safeguarding our industries in Europe. Through the Green Deal and the REPower EU strategy, the European Commission plans to secure 20 million tons of clean hydrogen in Europe by 2030. Member states are central to implement this strategy, as their development of production capacities and trade infrastructure will determine the sucess of the EU Hydrogen strategy. So what are the progress made in key member states? Are national hydrogen policies aligned with the EU ambitions?
FES Just Climate collaborates with the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) to present the key findings of an investigation coordinated by the IASS about the role of member states in implementing the EU hydrogen strategy. Experts from France, Germany, Poland and Spain will present their key findings and engage a discussion with experts and decision makers during our joint event.
Date: Thursday, 27 October 2022, between 09.30 – 11.00 (CEST)
Venue: FEPS, Av. des Arts 46, 1000 Bruxelles
Introduction: Dr Rainer Quitzow, Research Group Leader, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Germany
Mikaa Mered, Lecturer, Sciences Po, France
Michal Smolen, Head of Energy & Climate programme, Fundacja Instrat, Poland
Ignacio Urbasos Arbeloa, Energy analyst, Real Instituto Elcano, Spain
Bastien Bonnet-Cantalloube, Officer for Industry Policy, Hydrogen Europe
Moderator: Reghina Dimistrina, Policy Advisor, FES Just Climate
Contact person: Clara Dassonville, Communications Officer, FES Just Climate, clara.dassonville(at)fes.de