The EU Commission recently published a strategy to develop hydrogen energy. The aim is to encourage the production of "clean" hydrogen from the electricity of renewable origin and to make this clean hydrogen a viable solution to decarbonize various sectors of the economy, in line with the objectives of the Paris agreements.
Are the EU Member States already producing or using hydrogen? And can it become the energy of the future for Europe?
This podcast offers crossed perspectives from Belfort (France) with MEP Christophe Grudler, who, in his region, fights for the development of this energy, and from Rome (Italy)with Francesco Rutelli, President of IED, who will tell us why hydrogen is so important for Democrats and for the EU as a whole.