Report offers nine policy messages for international hydrogen cooperation with the EU

A report by Freidrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and the Research Institute for Sustainability – Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (RIFS Potsdam) has offered nine key policy messages for the development of international hydrogen cooperation with the EU.

Outlining six policy dimensions, climate migration, green industrial developments, just transitions in partner countries, geopolitics, security of supply, and economic feasibility, the report has made recommendations for European policymakers when developing international partnerships within the hydrogen economy.

Against the backdrop of “increasing geo-economic competition with China and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine” the report has said that hydrogen demand in the EU and Germany is expected to exceed domestic production capacities, seeing imports from EU and non-EU countries post 2040 come as a leading source of hydrogen supply in Germany.

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