Forthcoming Russian Hydrogen Strategy and its Implications for the Arctic Development
Article from: OGEL 2 (2021), in Hydrogen
In July 2020 the EU published its Hydrogen Strategy intending to create cumulative investments in renewable hydrogen in Europe of up to €180-470 billion by 2050, and creating more than one million jobs across the supply chain. On a global scale, more and more countries are beginning to reveal their hydrogen strategies. Russia is one of the major energy exporters in the world and according to the 2035 Russian Energy Strategy by the Ministry of Energy, hydrogen can become a new energy carrier, and Russia - one of its main exporters. In October 2020 an Action Plan for the development ...