Leak: EU to build wide-scale fuel network as alternative to Russian gas

Seeking independence from Russian gas, the EU will increase availability of sustainable hydrogen with up to 20 million tonnes before 2030, according to drafts seen by ShippingWatch. The EU Commission wants investments in three specific import corridors.

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BRUSSELS – When the EU and the European transport sector in the coming years will have to break free from Russian fossil fuels, it has to occur via a markedly improved access to hydrogen for both industries and fuel tanks.

This is evident from several drafts of the EU Commission’s long awaited proposal, RePowerEU, seen by ShippingWatch.

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