The term refers to environmentally friendly fuels that could replace fossil sources of electricity in the future.
“Green” hydrogen is an environmentally friendly source of energy. When it burns, it produces steam, not carbon dioxide as with other fuels.
Compared to conventional natural gas, hydrogen has a high energy content and is therefore more economical to use.
In 2020, the European Union signed the European Green Deal. This strategy should lead Europe towards climate neutrality by 2050.
Hydrogen production and the active use of green fuels in all human activities play an important role in this strategy.