EU outlines plans for new hydrogen partnership

A new partnership aimed at accelerating the development and deployment of a European value chain for clean hydrogen technologies could be set up as part of €10bn European Commission plans.

Building on the work of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), the Clean Hydrogen Partnership is one of 10 new European partnerships proposed as the Commission invests in the green and digital transition.

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership will focus on producing, distributing and storing clean hydrogen and, on supplying sectors that are hard to decarbonise, such as heavy industries and heavy-duty transport applications.

Together with the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, the partnership will contribute to the achievement of the EU’s objectives put forward in the Green Deal and, more specifically, in the EU hydrogen strategy for a climate-neutral Europe.

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