Hydrogen in the EU: The key to a fully integrated energy sector
In the energy system of the future, electricity, heat, gas and hydrogen will be increasingly integrated in order to deal with the fluctuations caused by the large quantities of renewable electricity production.
By converting these large quantities of renewable energy into hydrogen gas through electrolysis (Power-to-Gas), these large quantities of energy can already be transported and stored using existing gas network infrastructure or connected directly with specific end-uses. The gas produced via Power-to-Gas is available for heat and power generation, for the mobility sector and for industrial processes.
Hydrogen can also play an important role in providing flexibility and system security to deal with the large fluctuations of renewable electricity. In our future energy system, we will need a fully integrated energy system and Hydrogen is the key for this.
During this webinar Hydrogen Europe will further explain why Hydrogen is the key to a fully integrated energy sector and answers your questions on this topic.
- Presentation of EU policies that are central to determining the role of Hydrogen as an enabler of a climate neutral energy system;
- Expected regulatory changes at to EU level regulatory framework on Energy;
- Hydrogen Europe’s recommendations that will enable a suitable EU regulatory regime for Hydrogen.
- Constantine Levoyannis, Hydrogen Europe
- Alexandru Floristean, Hydrogen Europe
- Leon Stille, Energy Delta Institute