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Germany could decarbonise its energy in 15 years – DIW

Date: 23.07.2021 Author: Julia Demirdag, Montel
Germany could decarbonise its energy in 15 years – DIWPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Germany could decarbonise its entire energy chain within 10-15 years through a combination of electrification and an accelerated expansion of renewables, the German Institute for Economic Research

Repurposing gas grids to hydrogen requires clear market commitments – Acer

Date: 21.07.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Repurposing gas grids to hydrogen requires clear market commitments – AcerPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

While repurposing existing gas infrastructure to pure hydrogen is cheaper than building from scratch, that decision should be triggered by market interest and commitments, given uncertainties over

EC wants green hydrogen certified to meet 2030 targets

Date: 19.07.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EC wants green hydrogen certified to meet 2030 targetsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Commission wants to extend the EU certification requirement for renewable fuels used in transport to all renewable fuels, including green hydrogen, to help meet proposed higher 2030

Electrolysers could get free EUAs, industry issuance to drop

Date: 14.07.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Electrolysers could get free EUAs, industry issuance to dropPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Electrolysers could become part of the ETS and be eligible for free allowances, while allocation to industry would drop from 2026 to adjust to a tighter emissions cap, said the European Commission on

Uniper, Shell agree to spur hydrogen production in Europe

Date: 06.07.2021 Author: Tasmin Chowdhary, Montel
Uniper, Shell agree to spur hydrogen production in EuropePhoto: Roman Peklaj

Shell and Uniper have signed a memorandum of understanding on supporting hydrogen production in key European markets, the energy companies announced on Tuesday.

Croatian HEP considers decarbonising thermal plant portfolio with hydrogen

Date: 30.06.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Croatian HEP considers decarbonising thermal plant portfolio with hydrogenPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Croatian energy utility HEP is looking into the possibility of using hydrogen as a fuel to decarbonise its existing thermal power plant portfolio, said Ivan Androcec from HEP on Tuesday.

Gas demand to shrink in CO2 constrained world – experts

Date: 30.06.2021 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
Gas demand to shrink in CO2 constrained world – expertsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Natural gas faces a declining demand outlook over the next two decades, despite a sharp price rebound for the least polluting fossil fuel this year, energy experts told a panel in Singapore on

EC wants real time CO2 data for each bidding zone – draft

Date: 28.06.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EC wants real time CO2 data for each bidding zone – draftPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

The European Commission wants TSOs and DSOs to publish data on the carbon content and renewables share for electricity supplied in each bidding zone, according to an unofficial draft of upcoming

Agora analyst criticises EU green H2 plans as overambitious

Date: 22.06.2021 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
Agora analyst criticises EU green H2 plans as overambitiousPhoto: Roman Peklaj

European Union targets for green hydrogen are overambitious, as demand for the renewable gas may only hit 8-20% of energy needs in a “climate neutral” system, an Agora Energiewende analyst told an

Hydrogen blending in natural gas grid uneconomical – market players

Date: 21.06.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Hydrogen blending in natural gas grid uneconomical – market playersPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Blending hydrogen into the existing natural gas infrastructure is neither economical nor energy efficient, so focusing on a dedicated hydrogen infrastructure makes more sense, said various markets

SEE EU recovery plans lack climate-related measures – think tank

Date: 17.06.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
SEE EU recovery plans lack climate-related measures – think tankPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The recovery plans of most EU member states in southeast Europe (SEE) are lacking long-term climate related measures, with Croatia being the exception, according to a study conducted by the German

Energy experts burst green hydrogen bubble

Date: 17.06.2021 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
Energy experts burst green hydrogen bubblePhoto: EBRD

Demand for green hydrogen faces uncertainties amid questions about efficiency, electrification and stranded assets, energy experts warned on Wednesday.



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