Analysis: What Europe’s election year could mean for hydrogen

In the words of a H2 View column written by Daniel Fraile, Chief Policy Officer at Hydrogen Europe, 2024 could be the year of political upheaval.

“It is the year of European elections and a potential shift in manifestos and commitments, including and especially on the hydrogen front,” he wrote.

Europe’s hydrogen charge has gone from strength to strength in recent years. Renewable hydrogen production is now set to be subsidised by the European Hydrogen Bank’s auctions; projects are benefitting from streamlined permitting and regulatory processes; and rules on operating hydrogen networks are being established.

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