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Europe on course for 2.7GW hydrogen electrolyser capacity by 2025; falls short of EU 2024 target

Europe on course for 2.7GW hydrogen electrolyser capacity by 2025; falls short of EU 2024 target

Delta-EE, a specialist energy market research consultancy, has revealed today (June 8) that Europe is on course for 2.7GW of operational hydrogen electrolyser capacity by 2025.

This is seen to be nearly a 50-fold increase on capacity built over the last ten years.

Despite this, Delta-EE has also stated that time is running out to establish projects within the 100s of megawatt scale that is required to successfully achieve an EU target of 6GW by 2024.

The research has been conducted by Delta-EE’s new Global Hydrogen Intelligence Service.

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