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EU hydrogen demand larger than thought – Deloitte

Demand for hydrogen ramps up substantially over the 2030s and 2040s, according to Deloitte scenarios

Hydrogen demand may need to be triple that envisioned by the EU hydrogen strategy if the EU’s decarbonisation targets are to be successfully achieved, according to modelling by consultancy Deloitte. The firm used a model combining MIRET-EU and Integrate Europe—two partial-equilibrium models—to develop two decarbonisation scenarios for the region, both of which achieve climate neutrality by 2050. European hydrogen demand in both pathways exceeds 30mn t/yr by 2030, which is triple the current policy objective described in the EU hydrogen strategy. Demand for hydrogen ramps up substantially over the 2030s and 2040s and exceeds 100mn t /yr by 2050 in both pathways. 30mn t/yr – EU hy



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