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Green hydrogen is key to meeting Europe’s net-zero greenhouse gas emissions goal by 2050.


Hydrogen will be an important part of integrating renewables in the energy system and above all, to decarbonise industry. The European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center (EGHAC) focuses purely on accelerating the uptake of green hydrogen in Europe – generated only with renewable sources such as wind or solar – as a key pillar for decarbonising our heavy industry, energy and transport sectors.

By 2025 the EGHAC wants to build a EUR 100 billion a year green hydrogen economy. This will create up to 500.000 direct and indirect jobs accross the complete value chain. The ambition for yearly demand for useful green hydrogen based energy will be 1200TwH.


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