Weighing up Europe’s hydrogen options: importing vs. production

By seeking to import a significant proportion of its future energy in the form of hydrogen and derivatives, Europe faces a potential supply risk of continued reliance on foreign energy supply. Many of the countries likely to export hydrogen to Europe are in the Global South, leading to concerns about resource exploitation, environmental impacts and delaying local decarbonisation. This report finds that this is a complex situation without simple right or wrong answers. There are benefits and risks associated with the EU importing hydrogen, both to the exporting countries and to the EU itself. This report seeks to understand the […]

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