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EU targets €1.8/kg green hydrogen

Goal announced at the start of European Hydrogen Week, which aims to bring together industry and policymakers

The EU is targeting green hydrogen production below €1.8/kg ($2/kg) by 2030, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said at the start of European Hydrogen Week. The current rise in gas prices means green hydrogen can already be cheaper than grey hydrogen  in some parts of the world, according to the Commission. Further reductions in the costs of green hydrogen will help accelerate the switch to the clean form of the fuel. “Our target should be to bring the cost below €1.8/kg by 2030,” says von der Leyen. “And this goal is within reach. We have to scale up clean hydrogen production, expand its applications, and create a virtuous circle where demand and supply feed each other and



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