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Power costs may hamper scaling of green hydrogen – Rystad

Date: 07.05.2021 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
Power costs may hamper scaling of green hydrogen – RystadPhoto: EBRD

High power prices could hamper production of green hydrogen at scale, but costs are likely to plummet as renewables use rises, said Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy on Thursday.

Romania to draft national hydrogen strategy - government official

Date: 20.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania to draft national hydrogen strategy - government officialPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Romanian government plans to implement a national strategy for the use of hydrogen in energy, industry and transport, said Dan Dragan, state secretary at the Romanian ministry of energy.

CEE countries should stick to nuclear - IEA

Date: 15.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
CEE countries should stick to nuclear - IEAPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

Even with the recent success of wind and solar technology, it is a good idea for the countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) to remain nuclear, said Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist at the

Slovenia Could Become a Bridge For Hydrogen From North Africa

Date: 13.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenia Could Become a Bridge For Hydrogen From North AfricaPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Italy’s hydrogen interconnection to Slovenia can connect two large potential hydrogen supply regions – Ukraine and North Africa – while Slovenia’s connections to Austria, Hungary and possibly

EC Seeks Projects to Meet 6 GW Electrolyser Goal By 2024

Date: 12.04.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Brussels
EC Seeks Projects to Meet 6 GW Electrolyser Goal By 2024Photo: EBRD

The European Commission is inviting European Clean Hydrogen Alliance members to submit renewable green hydrogen projects as part of efforts to have 6 GW of electrolysers installed in the EU by 2024,

Study: Slovenia's HESS Could Produce Green Hydrogen at 3.86 EUR/kg

Date: 09.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Study: Slovenia's HESS Could Produce Green Hydrogen at 3.86 EUR/kgPhoto: Boštjan Colarič

The installation of a 1 MW device for producing green hydrogen at one of the hydropower plants (HPPs) on the lower course of river Sava would cost around EUR 2 million, while the device could produce

OIES: Gas to Remain Robust Until 2030 Due to Coal and Nuclear Decline

Date: 01.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
OIES: Gas to Remain Robust Until 2030 Due to Coal and Nuclear DeclinePhoto: Roman Peklaj

Despite the growth in renewables, natural gas could still play a robust role in Europe until 2030, because coal and nuclear are declining fast enough to allow gas to maintain its position, said James

Slovenian TSO: Sector Coupling to Also Keep Energy Prices Lower in Long Term

Date: 31.03.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian TSO: Sector Coupling to Also Keep Energy Prices Lower in Long TermPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

Sector coupling will be the key to keeping energy prices low in the long run, said Uroš Salobir, Director of the Strategic Innovation Department at the Slovenian electricity TSO, ELES, on Tuesday.

EC Launches Consultation on Decarbonising the EU Gas Market

Date: 30.03.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EC Launches Consultation on Decarbonising the EU Gas MarketPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Commission launched a public consultation on Friday on the revision of the EU gas directive and gas regulation in the context of the European Green Deal ambition to decarbonise the EU gas

Without Blue Hydrogen It Will Not Be Possible to Decarbonise Quickly Enough

Date: 26.03.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Without Blue Hydrogen It Will Not Be Possible to Decarbonise Quickly EnoughPhoto: Roman Peklaj

It will be impossible to build out green hydrogen production with the speed and scale needed in order to decarbonise our economy without the participation of blue hydrogen, according to Helge Haugane

Slovenian GEN: Nuclear Combined with Hydrogen Output Can Become Cheapest Source of Peak Power

Date: 24.03.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian GEN: Nuclear Combined with Hydrogen Output Can Become Cheapest Source of Peak PowerPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

Nuclear is currently GEN Group’s cheapest, non-weather dependent source of baseload power, and could also become – in combination with hydrogen production – the cheapest source of peak power,

Uniper: Using Hydrogen For Power Needs CO2 at EUR 200/t

Date: 24.03.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Brussels
Uniper: Using Hydrogen For Power Needs CO2 at EUR 200/tPhoto: EBRD

EU carbon prices would need to rise to EUR 200 to 250/t to make burning clean hydrogen in gas-fired power plants viable today, said Uniper CEO Andreas Schierenbeck on Tuesday.



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