The looming climate emergency demands disruptive strategies on CO2 emissions, and hydrogen produced without emitting greenhouse gases could be a vector with the ability to contribute to the decarbonisation of the economy. The first area where decarbonised hydrogen is being developed is in industry, to replace steam reformed hydrogen.
In addition, decarbonised hydrogen is being considered more and more as an energy vector that can provide long-term answers to issues relating to the exploitation of renewable energies, energy storage and even the reduction of local pollution. Hydrogen could thus be used for mobility applications and also as a fuel for stationary facilities.
Vehicle of the Future cluster is responsible for channelling the momentum in the Hydrogen sector in the two regions, in partnership with all the actors involved; it also runs Hydrogen clubs.