A review of governmental strategies on hydrogen
Hydrogen can play a significant role in a future energy system based on renewables as an important link between intermittent wind and solar electricity production and energy consuming sectors traditionally relying on a chemical energy carrier that can be stored in bulk quantities and converted to electricity or heat at the point of use. However, implementing hydrogen at relevant scale including its production, transport, distribution, and use requires a certain governmental support as well as a beneficial policy and regulatory environment allowing for a positive economic outlook for industrial deployment.
Major economies around the globe are currently assessing their position and are discussing, preparing, and agreeing on dedicated hydrogen strategies. We will report on and discuss international government action for hydrogen, focusing on the respective national goals, targeted sectors and infrastructures, current support measures, and requirements on the hydrogen used.
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