UK H2 Strategy

Achievements of many significant companies in continental Europe make it possible to practically use ready-made hydrogen technologies for the implementation of ‘important projects of common European interest’ (IPCEI) in solving problems of a zero greenhouse effect. Of course, the interstate structure of modern Europe presupposes the need to combine the efforts of companies from each country, state budget funds, to combine all existing opportunities into a single whole, which will allow the implementation of large-scale projects, to form entire European systems for the production, transportation and final use of green hydrogen. All components are covered at once. A separate space in the European part is Great Britain with its own approach to the implementation of plans for the use of hydrogen technologies. The creation of deserted polygons where the living conditions of people live are repeated – an interesting and unusual experience. It is associated with the phased implementation of the plan for hydrogen to go into the first homes in the UK by 2023, increasing to a hydrogen village by 2025, then a hydrogen town by 2030. Of course, the UK has to decide on its own in its confined space and for now give preference to the use of gray low carbon hydrogen. Perhaps a good solution would be to involve Iceland in a joint project for the production of green electrolysis hydrogen based on electricity from geothermal renewable energy, to stop being lonely in solving their problems of using green hydrogen, to form more optimistic plans without spraying into creepy empty houses…

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