Global Hydrogen Review and Northwest Europe Hydrogen Monitor
25 April 2023
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Presentation – Global Hydrogen Review and Northwest Europe Hydrogen Monitor
Innovations in hydrogen technologies have led to opportunities for hydrogen to potentially play a significant role in meeting international energy and climate goals.
In 2022, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its Global Hydrogen Review on hydrogen production and demand worldwide, including infrastructure development, trade, policy, regulation, investment, and innovation. IEA also released the first-ever Northwest Europe Hydrogen Monitor to provide an update on the development of renewable and low-emission hydrogen markets in the region.
Brought to you by two Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) initiatives, this joint Clean Energy Solutions Center (CESC) and Hydrogen Initiative webinar discussed key findings of the Global Hydrogen Review 2022 and the second edition of the International Energy Agency’s Northwest European Hydrogen Monitor, two deliverables under the CEM Hydrogen Initiative.
The Global Hydrogen Review is an annual publication by the IEA that tracks hydrogen production and demand worldwide, as well as progress in critical areas such as infrastructure development, trade, policy, regulation, investments, and innovation. The report is an output of the Clean Energy Ministerial Hydrogen Initiative and is intended to inform energy sector stakeholders on the status and future prospects of hydrogen while also informing discussions at the Hydrogen Energy Ministerial Meeting organized by Japan.
The Northwest European Hydrogen Monitor provides an annual update of the progress made in low-emission hydrogen market developments in Northwest Europe. Northwest Europe is at the forefront of renewable and low-emission hydrogen development. This region accounts for around half of Europe’s total hydrogen demand and has a vast and untapped renewable energy potential in the North Sea. The region targets electrolyzer capacity deployment of between 30 and 40 GW by 2030.
• Carla Robledo – Government of Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, Hydrogen Initiative
• Jose Bermudez – IEA
• Gergely Molnar – IEA
This webinar was moderated by Jal Desai – National Renewable Energy Laboratory.