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European Hydrogen Backbone - update

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European Hydrogen Backbone

 

Main changes in this iteration:

  • In Spain, by 2030, a more interconnected hydrogen transmission network is expected to develop across the north of the country, alongside the inclusion of the existing LNG terminal in Gijón;
  • In Belgium, the 2040 vision was updated to reflect a more paced roll out of pipeline infrastructure;
  • In Slovakia, the development of the East-West hydrogen corridor from Ukraine to Czechia has been accelerated from 2040 to 2030; and
  • In Hungary, the hydrogen interconnection with Slovakia has also been accelerated from 2040 to 2030, while the interconnection with Austria has been pushed back to 2040.   Stay informed: Hydrogen Networks

 

 

 

 

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