Gas for Climate consortium kicks off a large energy system modelling study assessing the benefits of a pan-European hydrogen transmission network
Results of this study show that the development of a pan-European H2 network is a key element for the European energy transition. It contributes significantly to an affordable, secure, and sustainable energy supply and provides significant benefits already in the short-term. Immediate actions are needed to ensure that the required infrastructure is in place when needed.
Save the date! Gas for Climate webinar – Assessing the benefits of 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.