The main pillar of the goal of getting rid of fossil fuels and reducing the carbon contained in large urban centers is the integration of “clean fuels” and green energy.

Green hydrogen is characterized by scientists around the world as the fuel of the future, and not without reason.

It is a fuel produced through the electrolytic splitting of water using electricity from purely Renewable Sources. It is free from the harmful gases responsible for the greenhouse effect, and during its combustion the CO2 emissions are zero.

The penetration of hydrogen into transport, industry and meeting the energy needs of building facilities has a decisive role in changing the energy system to a new, more environmentally friendly and climate neutral one.

The efforts made by the countries of the European Union for the integration of hydrogen fuel, in order to achieve the energy transition and the reduction of the carbon footprint, are significantly strengthened by the various financial instruments and investment programs of the European Commission.

The European Union’s “InvestEu” program, the European Regional Development Fund, the Cohesion Fund as well as the Innovation Fund of the ETS, through their funded actions, facilitate the development and promotion of new technologies for the use and total integration of hydrogen.