What is green hydrogen for the EU?

The EU wants to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases by 55 percent by 2030 (Fit for 55). Electrolysis hydrogen and renewable fuels play a major role in this. A vote is currently underway on the question of how and under what circumstances these substances may be produced and transported in order to be considered “green”. Once again, the EU is making things very complicated. An analysis by GES.

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