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The Czech Republic's Hydrogen Strategy


The Czech Republic’s Hydrogen Strategy is being developed in the context of the Hydrogen Strategy for a climate neutral Europe, which reflects the European Green Deal objective of climate neutrality by 2050. The objective of the Strategy is thus to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in such a way that the economy shifts smoothly to low-carbon technologies.
This is associated with two strategic goals:

  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • Stimulate the economic growth
To achieve these, four specific goals have been set:
  • Volume of low-carbon hydrogen production
  • Volume of low-carbon hydrogen consumption
  • Infrastructure readiness for hydrogen transport and storage
  • Progress in R&D and production of hydrogen technologies
The Hydrogen Strategy is based on four pillars:
  • Low-carbon hydrogen production
  • Low-carbon hydrogen use
  • Hydrogen transport and storage
  • Hydrogen technologies
These pillars are interlinked – production and consumption must be well-balanced to achieve economic use of the respective technologies, otherwise any imbalance will be offset by imports from abroad. Each of the pillars is linked to exactly one strategic goal.

Related subjects: Policy & Socio-Economics
Countries: Czech Republic

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