‘We still need research’, Clean Hydrogen Partnership at European Hydrogen Week

The need for research has been reaffirmed at the first Research Day at European Hydrogen Week 2022 in Brussels, Belgium, as the industry looks to scale up across the continent.

Thursday (October 27) heard insights from the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, a public-private collaboration between the European Commission, Hydrogen Europe, and Hydrogen Europe Research, on how it plans on continue to support the development and deployment of hydrogen technologies.

Bart Beibuyck, Executive Director of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, told the delegation that the industry must be honest with itself as it strives to scale, stressing the need for research to continue.

“We still need research,” said Beibuyck. “Let’s be very honest, today, the biggest electrolyser in the field in Europe is 10MW. We have eight years to build 200GW, which is a challenge.”

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