Green Hydrogen GrandChallenge unveiled

French President Emmanuel Macron met today (13th Oct) with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss a joint approach on hydrogen.

In parallel, the European Commission’s goal is to rise the share of hydrogen in Europe’s energy mix from 2% to 14% by 2050, to support the emission reduction target of 55% by 2030 (announced on 16th September).

Unfortunately, grey hydrogen (produced by fossil fuels) still accounts for roughly 95% of hydrogen produced in the world today.

This underscores how critical new technologies will be to sustain Europe’s green transition.

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