Renewable and low carbon gases play a key role for the transition towards an affordable, secure, and sustainable European energy system. Achieving the REPowerEU targets by 2030 and a fully decarbonised European energy system at the latest by 2050 is ambitious. It will require a rapid deployment of domestic hydrogen and biomethane production capacities, hydrogen storage and import infrastructure as well as a pan-European hydrogen transmission network.
On the 23rd of March at 10:00 am – 11:00 am CET, the Gas for Climate consortium (with the addition of Creos Luxembourg, Gasgrid Finland, Gassco, National Grid and NET4GAS) will present its newest energy system modelling study assessing the benefits of a Pan-European hydrogen transmission network.
- Assessing the benefits of a Pan-European hydrogen transmission network
Register here: Microsoft Teams Webinar