Croatia in focus: Eurozone entry and hydrogen aspirations

On January 1, 2023, Croatia became the latest country to join the Eurozone and the Schengen area. With the European Commission having made significant moves to see hydrogen’s success flourish over the course of 2022, H2 View takes a dive into the hydrogen landscape of Croatia.

REPowerEU, the European Green Deal, energy security: three terms that became all the more common when speaking about hydrogen in Europe over the course of 2022.

Having set the goal of producing 10 million tonnes of renewable hydrogen domestically by 2030 and importing the same amount, REPowerEU came as a huge package that looks to aid the EU meet its climate targets of reaching climate neutrality by 2050 under the European Green Deal, as well as cut its reliance on Russian gas following the invasion of Ukraine.

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