International strategies and roadmap
Check out the main international strategies and political actions, with the regional mappings, to promote and support the internationalization of Brazilian companies, namely for those who are not based in the major cities.
The Presidency of Uzbekistan has launched a decree aimed at developing the technology and economy of hydrogen, as well as renewable energies, in order to be able to unite the two and produce green hydrogen. In addition, the decree allows the creation of the National Institute of…
Country: United States
The United States is launching a new investment plan to support the production of green hydrogen and fuel cell trucks. The amount of US $ 100 million is expected to be mobilized in 5 years.
Country: United States
The roadmap emphasizes the versatility of hydrogen as a facilitator of the renewable energy system and describes five main segments of the economy where hydrogen can play a role in this transition – transport, power generation and network balancing, fuel for industry, feed…
The United Kingdom will present a new hydrogen target in the gas networks, to boost the use of H2 in the economy. So far, companies have accepted a mixture of 0.1% H2.
Country: United Kingdom
The UK government will finance the country’s distilleries to transition from fossil to low carbon fuels. The funding of £ 10 million will be split among 17 distilleries.
The Ontario government launched a public consultation aimed at developing the region’s first hydrogen strategy with the collaboration of the public, companies, municipalities, indigenous communities, and stakeholders in the development of the hydrogen economy.
The Government of Portugal signed MOU with the European Investment Bank to move forward with hydrogen
Portugal signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the European Investment Bank (EIB), so that it can have financing on its projects and advance the country’s investments in hydrogen and thus be able to promote the development of the hydrogen economy.
The Tasmanian government discloses the report on the Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan, outlining four main pillars for the plan and also describes the site as a promise to become Australia’s epicenter of renewable hydrogen.
Country: Australia, Germany
Australia’s Smart Energy Council will partner with the German Energy Agency to create a certification for renewable hydrogen production. The proposal also includes ammonia and other green fuels.
Country: USA, Washington
The Washington state senator introduced a bill that establishes a gradual tax reduction on sales of electric and fuel cell vehicles over 8 years.
O projeto North East Network & Industrial Cluster desenvolverá um roteiro prático que auxiliará às redes de gás existentes e futuras no processo de descarbonização, com a meta de fornecer 100% hidrogênio.
The Hydrogen Policy Declaration published in Scotland guarantees £ 100 million funding for the hydrogen sector over 5 years and aims to, by 2030, generate 5 GW of renewable hydrogen. The declaration will support Scotland’s green recovery and energy transition.
Country: Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia, one of the largest oil exporters in the world, recognizes the potential of green hydrogen and aims to produce it on a large scale, knowing the potential that the country has in producing large amounts of renewable energy. Saudi Arabia has a competitive advantage due…
Although hydrogen is an energy vector that has its high-cost technologies, Russia claims to plan, over time, the production of hydrogen, as well as the export of its technologies.
Russia can become a leader in the field of hydrogen energy and, to achieve this goal, a hydrogen consortium was created in the country, with the aim of developing all the technology in its chain.
Plans for 38 new hydrogen refuelling stations have been presented to the Spanish Government, carried out by Utilities company Naurgy.
Green hydrogen is described as “the oil of tomorrow”, indispensable for the energy transition and opens up new markets for us. The strategy aims to make Germany a global pioneer in the field.
The European Parliament (EP) defends the use of natural gas associated with carbon capture and storage technology while the cost of green hydrogen is not competitive.