The alliance was launched in July 2020 by the European Commission as part of the EU strategies for energy system integration and hydrogen.
It explores the potential of clean hydrogen to help the process of decarbonising the EU economy in a cost-effective way, in line with the 2050 climate-neutrality goal outlined in the European Green Deal.
One of the alliance’s goals are the deployment of effective hydrogen technologies by 2030, bringing together renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production, transmission and distribution with high-energy-consuming industry sectors.
ROSEN said it supports engaged stakeholders of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance in managing the safe introduction of hydrogen into Europe’s transmission and distribution network, and points to the company’s subject matter expertise in asset integrity as a major benefit to asset operators across the hydrogen value chain.
For more information visit the ROSEN website.
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