Hydrogen in Europe
Go Large or Decentralized
Hydrogen in Europe – Go Large or Decentralized
Despite strong investment interests in large-scale hydrogen + long-distance pipeline conversion, many people argue that decentralized, on-site production will have a better footing in Europe. The scale benefits in large centralized projects will help bring down the cost of electrolyzers and BoP, but it’s also obvious that distributed projects have a huge advantage in saving logistic costs.
This webinar has an interesting live discussion on future hydrogen production and delivery pathways in Europe, whether it will be in a centralized model or in a more distributed format. We asked ENGIE, Snam, Acciona, Lhfye, Hydrogen Valley, and Macquarie for their opinions.
Decentralized, Centralized hydrogen production, Hydrogen Valley
The Early Adopter's Choices
What are Infrastructure Operators' Perspective & Opportunities other than Hydrogen?
Recent Development Projects to Watch