The coronavirus pandemic has diverted public attention away from many pressing issues, not least the climate crisis. But behind the scenes, the EU appears to be keeping its foot on the gas in dealing with climate change. At a press conference in Brussels on Wednesday, the European Commission unveiled its strategy for a greener, cleaner energy future, with high hopes for increased use of hydrogen across various sectors, including energy.
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HYDROGEN technology will increasingly take centre-stage in achieving the objective of a net-zero carbon emissions economy. However, several regulatory and legislative barriers to achieving a hydrogen economy in Europe continue to persist. The European Commission’s new Hydrogen Strategy, published yesterday, seeks to tackle some of the remaining challenges.
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