Energy Valley has joined the Northern European Alliance for Sustainability to work on speeding up hydrogen strategies across Europe, development actions, and establishing the first, large-scale interregional hydrogen valley in Europe.
The Northern European Alliance for Sustainability consists of members from seven Northern European countries, i.e., Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Scotland/UK, and Sweden.
The Northern European Alliance for Sustainability recently applied for Horizon funding for the hydrogen project BalticSeaH2. If funded the project will establish the first, large-scale interregional hydrogen valley in Europe, and develop an international hydrogen economy and markets that work optimally both from the technical, economic, and environmental perspectives across country borders in Northern Europe, more specifically around the Baltic Sea.
The project proposal includes investment and demonstration projects, innovation capacities across borders for all parts of the hydrogen value network, developing system optimization and advanced sector coupling, as well as suggesting actions for shaping the common operating environment to enable the implementation of a full hydrogen economy in the future.