The recent increase in the number of participants in the European Hydrogen Backbone to 23 infrastructure companies representing 20 European countries to create a unified hydrogen infrastructure based on the existing pipeline system for natural gas is a process of practical creation of the basic component of new energy. It would be logical to present not only the figures of the percentage of the network that meet requirements of hydrogen transportation and percentage requiring modernization, but also presentation of the sources of filling the system. How will the issue of filling in the system be resolved, from what sources? Is funding provided for the creation of the same pool of manufacturing companies for industrial volumes of hydrogen and who are these real participants? A close-knit compact Europe with its high common awareness of the need to reduce and achieve zero carbon emissions can and should shape global trends in the development of hydrogen technologies, offering common integrated solutions for everyone based on the example of its successful projects, including specifying the role and place in such projects digital technologies, especially taking into account the new discussions about green bitcoin, which were initiated by leading European representatives. And it will be great if such issues of hydrogen technologies requiring huge funding are covered in detail.