On July 8th, the European Commission adopted two important strategies for the future of energy: one for the integration of the energy system and one for hydrogen.
The goal is to lay the foundations for a more efficient and interconnected energy sector, oriented towards the dual objective of a cleaner planet and a stronger economy. In order to reach the climate neutrality within 2050, Europe must change its energetic system which is responsible of 75% of the greenhouse effect caused by gas emissions. The two strategies, a note underlines, present a new investment agenda in favor of clean energy, in line with the Commission’s Next Generation EU recovery package and the European Green Deal. The planned investments have the potential to revive the economy after the corona virus crisis, creating jobs in Europe and strengthening leadership and competitiveness in strategic industries essential for European resilience.
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