A new report, released Wednesday (June 2), provides insight into emerging hydrogen economies around the globe with data gathered from 30 hydrogen valleys.
Conducted by the Mission Innovation Hydrogen Valley Platform (H2V.eu), the information is complemented by best practice interviews for project developers and recommendations on how to provide a favourable policy environment.
These recommendations pave the way as to how hydrogen valleys could reach its full potential as enablers of the global hydrogen economy.
Over several years, the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) has been setting up, in collaboration with European cities and regions, hydrogen valleys that aim to enable the emergence of locally integrated hydrogen ecosystems.
This supports climate change mitigation and regional economic development.
Hydrogen valleys, although a fairly new concept, have gone global with new projects emerging worldwide, from Australia to Chile.
The report aims to highlight how the hydrogen valley landscape is growing significantly, becoming increasingly driven by the private sector and gravitates towards archetypical project setups.
Because of this, it is foreseen that the hydrogen valleys will continue to grow in popularity and mature over the 2020’s due to an increasing number of projects overall and because announced projects themselves will grow in size and complexity.
You can read the report here.
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