About this initiative

Summary

This initiative aims to help create a clean hydrogen sector in Europe that is strong, innovative and competitive and fully capable of supporting and enabling the energy transition outlined in the Commission’s Communication ‘A Clean Planet for All'.
It will bring together knowledge and technological/financial resources from both public and private sources.

Topic
Research and innovation

Roadmap

Feedback: open
Type

Inception impact assessment
More about roadmaps.

Feedback period
30 July 2019 - 27 August 2019 (midnight Brussels time)

The Commission would like to hear your views.

Roadmaps are open for feedback for 4 weeks. Feedback will be taken into account for further development and fine tuning of the initiative. The Commission will summarise the input received in a synopsis report explaining how the input will be taken on board and, if applicable, why certain suggestions can't be taken up. Feedback received will be published on this site and therefore must adhere to the feedback rules.

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Feedback (10)

  • French Association for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (AFHYPAC) (France)
    23 August 2019 Other
    French Association for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (AFHYPAC) (France)

    We support option 2 in favour of an institutionalised European Partnership based on Article 187 TFEU, in line with the previous two Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) which have significantly contributed to develop hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in Europe and strenghten an European value chain. The FCH JU have thus mobilized 883 M€ from 2008 to 2018. The EU has a strategic and sovereign interest in supporting near-zero...

  • ITM Power (United Kingdom)
    22 August 2019 Company/business organisation
    ITM Power (United Kingdom)

    We favour Option 2, an institutionalised European partnership, with a clearly defined remit. It’s role should not default to ‘everything and anything to do with hydrogen’. The RD&D focus should be on achieving decarbonisation via the ‘sector coupling’ principle, based on the production and utilisation of renewable hydrogen of non-biological origin. It should expressly exclude hydrogen derived from fossil fuels, with or without CCS, for...

  • Eurofuel - the European Oil Heating Association (Belgium)
    21 August 2019 Company/business organisation
    Eurofuel - the European Oil Heating Association (Belgium)

    Eurofuel, the European Heating Oil association, believes that this initiative would benefit from opening its scope to include liquid fuels based on hydrogen. There is a real potential for hydrocarbon-based fuels for heating and Eurofuel would be keen to contribute.

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Public consultation

Feedback: upcoming
Planned for
Third quarter 2019

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