The Energy Community Secretariat and the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) have been actively exploring the role of hydrogen in the transition towards a low-carbon economy. The Secretariat focused on the potential of hydrogen production, transport and use in the Contracting Parties. ACER undertook a first assessment on the energy transition aspects as applicable to gas infrastructure and the current possibilities for admixing hydrogen and injecting biomethane or transporting pure hydrogen via existing gas networks, as well as network adaptations to allow this in the future.
A series of three joint webinars (25 February 14:00-15:55; 4 March 14:00-15:30; 10 March 14:-15:30) will present the findings and provide room for discussing the future of hydrogen in a pan-European context. You can find additional information about the webinar series here.
Participation is free of charge. Prior registration is not necessary.