With its ‘Fit for 55’ package the European Commission has placed the rapid scale up of renewable hydrogen at the heart of our strategy towards climate neutrality. But what will it take to turn the European Commission’s ambitions into reality?
European industry and business leader are leading the way by tapping into the EU’s vast wind and solar resources and leveraging cutting-edge technology to tackle the decarbonisation of hard to abate sectors head on.
The first Renewable Hydrogen Summit will gather top EU policy makers and CEOs from major renewable energy companies, industrial energy consumers, and hydrogen start-ups to discuss what it will take to make our continent the global leader in renewable hydrogen.
Join our virtual summit on September 29, 2021 for an exclusive insight into who is building the energy landscape of tomorrow and what it will take to deliver on Europe’s climate neutrality goal.
With its ‘Fit for 55’ package the European Commission has set clear targets for the fast and large-scale deployment of renewable hydrogen in key sectors of the economy and fixes up the rules of the game: only renewable hydrogen can contribute to Europe’s 2030 renewable targets. But are those targets realistic, ambitious or cold-feet? Is the Fit for 55’ regulatory framework living up to the challenge of sparking the supply and demand shock which will make Europe the world’s first renewable hydrogen economy?
The EU Hydrogen Strategy singles out Renewable hydrogen as the most sustainable solution to achieve the deep decarbonisation of hard-to-electrify sectors. However, de-risking projects and bringing down the green premium cost remain a key challenge. The Fit for 55’ package’s renewed ambitions must be supported by appropriate instruments to accelerate the financing and uptake of renewable hydrogen projects, as well as the modernization of critical industrial processes and fleets. In this session, industrial and energy frontrunners, will strive to identify the perfect “toolbox” to unlock investments in key sectors of the economy, and make Europe’s renewable hydrogen ambitions a true industrial success story.